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The latest issue of Technology and Innnovation includes "More than Money," a new article from the National Academy of Inventors that examines the benefits of technology transfer for universities and is available Open Access. Read more...

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Technology and Innovation published by Cognizant Communication Corporation (NY), and edited by the National Academy of Inventors, is a forum for presenting information encompassing essentially the entire field of applied sciences with a focus on transformative technology and academic innovation. In addition, we are pleased to feature an article from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in every issue.


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CALL FOR PAPERS - "Water"

Guest Editors: Vimal Chaitanya, New Mexico State University; Frederic Zenhausern, University of Arizona; and Leonard Polizzotto, Draper Laboratory

For this special issue, we are interested in articles and reviews addressing advancements associated with water and/or water management.  Relevant topics include technology and innovation in (but are not limited to):

  • Water Industry
  • Water Access and Scarcity
  • Water Quality
  • Water Supply Networks
  • Water Resource Management
  • Water Conservation
  • Use of unique landscapes and/or resources
  • Hydro-power and/or Hydroelectricity
  • Chemistry and/or Medicine related to water
  • Other pertinent topics

Initial manuscripts should be submitted by December 15, 2014. The manuscript submission should include: title, author affiliation, abstract of no more than 250 words, key words, and corresponding author’s contact information.

Articles for T&I are generally written for a multidisciplinary audience. All submissions should meet T&I author guidelines and can be submitted through our website atwww.TechnologyandInnovation.org.

All submitted articles will be peer reviewed. Graduate students are welcome to submit articles for consideration. If you have questions or would like to submit a manuscript please contact the editorial staff (813) 974-1347 or TIJournal@research.usf.edu.

T&I publishes critical and historical reviews, original articles in basic and applied research, surveys, opinions, commentaries, essays, and patent reviews of interest to our readers. We present information encompassing the entire field of applied sciences, and welcome manuscripts that meet the general criteria of significance and scientific excellence.

T&I is published by Cognizant Communication Corporation and is currently indexed with Index Copernicus, Google Scholar, PubMed, Journal Seek, World Cat, CABI and CAS.

Posted: 2014-08-20


LATEST ISSUE OF TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION - VOLUME 16, ISSUE 1

The latest issue of Technology and Innovation, Volume 16, Issue 1, is now available. Visit Cognizant Communication Corporation's website for a full table of contents, abstracts, and full articles.

“More than Money: The Exponential Impact of Academic Technology Transfer,” a new article from the National Academy of Inventors, appears in the current issue of Technology and Innovation and full text is available Open Access (Full Text).  The authors, from the University of South Florida, Princeton, Emory, Boston U, the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and the Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM), explore how academic technology transfer provides intrinsic benefits to universities that go far beyond any potential revenues from licenses and royalties.  USF, UAB, BU and Emory are all Charter Member Institutions of the NAI.

In addition, the current special issue of T&I is devoted to articles on both innovations in rural regions and general articles on technology and innovation. For the full press releases, please visit the following links.

Technology transfer brings "more than money” How valuable is “technology transfer” for universities? This question is addressed in the current issue...Read more.

Innovations in Rural Regions Innovative technologies in rural areas improve agriculture, health care...Read more.

Posted: 2014-06-20

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