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Entwicklung von Intellectual Property Management - Fallstudien aus Deutschen und Schwedischen Biotechnologie Unternehmen Development of Intellectual Property Management - Cases from German and Swedish Biotechnology Companies

Tietze, Frank

Diese Arbeit untersucht die Entwicklung des Management von Geistigem Eigentum (sog. Intellectual Property Management) in bereits etablierten Deutschen und Schwedischen Biotechnologie Unternehmen, sog. Dedicated Biotechnology Firms (DBFs). Das übergeordnete Ziel war es die historische Entwicklung des...

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Review: Andreas Lösch (2001). Genomprojekt und Moderne. Soziologische Analysen des bioethischen Diskurses

Schäfer, Mike Steffen

LÖSCH legt mit "Genomprojekt und Moderne" eine Analyse der (vornehmlich deutschen resp. europäischen) Diskurse über Biotechnologie und Bioethik vor. Er zeigt die Konstruktion wissenschaftlicher "Wahrheit" und ihre Objektivierung, die Umsetzung dieser Objektivierung in Normen und Regulationen und die...

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National institutional frameworks and high-technology innovation in Germany the case of biotechnology

Casper, Steven; Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung gGmbH

"Können Deutschlands nationale institutionelle Rahmenbedingungen so verändertwerden, daß radikale Innovationen in forschungsintensiven Industrien möglichwerden? Der Beitrag untersucht die Entwicklung marktorientierter Technologien fürUnternehmensneugründungen im Biotechnologie-Sektor in Deutschla...

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Verbesserung der filtrationstechnischen Eigenschaften von Filterhilfsmitteln durch ein thermisches Verfahren A thermal process to improve the filtration properties of filter materials

Schmid, Nikolaj Andrej

In der deutschen Getränkeindustrie fallen jährlich ca. 70000 t Kieselgurschlamm an. Der größte Verursacher dieses Schlammes ist die Brauindustrie. Darüber hinaus wird Kieselgur als Filterhilfsmittel auch bei der Wein-, Sekt- und Fruchtsaftherstellung eingesetzt. Die Entsorgung der Kieselgurschlämme ...

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Untersuchung möglicher immunologischer Zielstrukturen für eine adjuvante Therapie des operablen Plattenepithelkarzinoms des Ösophagus

Siegmund, Annika

Einleitung: Ösophaguskarzinome haben generell eine schlechte Prognose und der Nutzen der derzeitig verfügbaren adjuvanten Therapien wird nach wie vor kontrovers diskutiert. Aufgabe dieser Arbeit war die Expressionsanalyse zweier möglicher immunologischer Zielstrukturen für eine adjuvante Therapie de...

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The Birth of German Biotechnology Industry: Did Venture Capital run the Show?

Heneric, Oliver; Engel, Dirk; Champenois, Claire

The goal of this paper is to point out the role played by private equity investors (venture-capital companies and corporate investors) in the emergence of a new biotechnology industry in Germany in the second half of the 90?s. This analysis takes into account the different business models and busine...

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The Birth of German Biotechnology Industry : Did Venture Capital run the show?

Heneric, Oliver; Engel, Dirk; Champenois, Claire

We answer the questions, how many firms acting in the modern German biotechnology industry are funded by venture capital companies (VCC) as well as equity funded by corporate investors. The theory suggests a high relevance of VCC as venturing partner of high-tech projects. In addition we argue that ...

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The Birth of German Biotechnology Industry : Did Venture Capital run the Show?

Champenois, Claire; Engel, Dirk; Heneric, Oliver

The goal of this paper is to point out the role played by private equity investors (venture-capital companies an corporate investors) in the emergence of a new biotechnology industry in Germany in the second half of the 90's. This analysis takes into account the different business models and busines...

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Technology policy and the regions : the case of the BioRegio contest

Dohse, Dirk

Only recently, it has been argued that technology policy should give more attention to the regions as they could play a key role in the process of technological change. The German Federal Government has tried to do so by initiating a contest in which Germany's leading Biotech regions competed for a ...

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Review of forests, wood products and wood biotechnology of Iran and Germany - Part II


The cooperation between Iranian and German scientists is one of the most important topics of the special program German-Arabian/Iranian Education Dialogueœ which is funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). Within the scope of this special program an exchange between young scientists of...

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Public R&D Policy: The Right Turns of the Wrong Screw? The Case of the German Biotechnology Industry

Fier, Andreas; Heneric, Oliver

The German biotechnology industry missed the accession of this key technology in the 1980s. Policy makers make different efforts to overcome shortcomings and recent gaps. Public funding schemes have been implemented to establish a flourish biotech industry in Germany. We assume that R&D policy was d...

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Public R&D Policy: The Right Turns of the Wrong Screw? The Case of the German Biotechnology Industry

Fier, Andreas; Heneric, Oliver

The German biotechnology industry missed the accession of this key technology in the 1980s. Policy makers make different efforts to overcome shortcomings and recent gaps. Public funding schemes have been implemented to establish a flourish biotech industry in Germany. We assume that R&D policy was d...

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Proteome, transcriptome and metabolome plasticity in closely related strains of Escherichia coli - K12 and its diversity during molecular evolution processes

Vijayendran, Chandran

Escherichia coli, originally known as Bacterium coli commune, was identified in 1885 by the German pediatrician, Theodor Escherich. They are Gram-negative, straight and rod-shaped bacteria from the Enterobacteriaceae family. Due to its rapid growth rate, simple nutritional requirements and establish...

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Polyamides based on biotechnological succinic acid

Springer, A.; Bechthold, I.; Bretz, K.; Kabasci, S.

The aim of one particular research group at Fraunhofer UMSICHT, funded by the German Agency for Renewable Resources (FNR), is the development of polymers based on renewable raw materials. The main targets of the project described in this article are polyesters and polyamides based on biotechnologica...

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Phenylacetyl-Coenzyme A Is the True Inducer of the Phenylacetic Acid Catabolism Pathway in Pseudomonas putida U

Carnicero, David; García, Belén; Miñambres, Baltasar; Olivera, Elías R.; Muñiz, Carmen; Naharro, Germán; Luengo, José M.

Aerobic degradation of phenylacetic acid in Pseudomonas putida U is carried out by a central catabolism pathway (phenylacetyl-coenzyme A [CoA] catabolon core). Induction of this route was analyzed by using different mutants specifically designed for this objective. Our results revealed that the true...

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National institutional frameworks and high-technology innovation in Germany: the case of biotechnology

Casper, Steven

Can German national institutional frameworks be reconfigured to allow radical innovation in science-based industries? This paper examines the development of commercial technologies for entrepreneurial biotechnology start-up firms in Germany. During the 1980s and early 1990s an inadequate institution...

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Institutional Constraints for the Success of Agricultural Biotechnology in Developing Countries: The Case of Bt-Cotton in Shandong Province, China

Waibel, H.; Pemsl, D.; Gutierrez, A.P.

The use of genetically engineered crop varieties has recently become one option to prevent pest damage in agriculture. The promoters of biotechnology stress the great potential for yield increase and pesticide reduction while the critics point out the potential risks for biodiversity and human healt...

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Influence of Leaching Parameters on the Biological Removal of Uranium from Coal by a Filamentous Cyanobacterium

Lorenz, Michael G.; Krumbein, Wolfgang E.

Axenic cultures of the filamentous cyanobacterium LPP OL3 were incubated with samples of uraniumbearing coal from a German mining area. The influence of leaching parameters such as coal concentration (pulp density), initial biomass, particle size, temperature, and composition of the growth medium on...

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In Vitro Fermentation of Breast Milk Oligosaccharides by Bifidobacterium infantis and Lactobacillus gasseri

Lebrilla, Carlito B.; Ward, Robert E.; Mills, David A.; Niñonuevo, Milady; German, J. Bruce

It has been proposed that human milk oligosaccharides (HMO) function as a prebiotic for bifidobacteria, yet this activity has not been adequately investigated. In this study, Bifidobacterium infantis was shown to ferment purified HMO as a sole carbon source, while another gut commensal, Lactobacillu...

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High technology governance and institutional adaptiveness: do technology policies usefully promote commercial innovation within the German biotechnology industry?

Casper, Steven

The German economy has widely been seen as failing to develop commercial innovation competencies necessary to compete in biotechnology, information technology, and other emerging new industries. Starting in the mid-1990s the German government has instituted a series of new technology policies design...

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High technology governance and institutional adaptiveness do technology policies usefully promote commercial innovation within the German biotechnology industry?

Casper, Steven; Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung gGmbH

"Bis vor kurzem war es vorherrschende Meinung, daß die deutsche Volkswirtschaftes versäumt hatte, marktorientierte Innovationskompetenzen zu entwickeln, um inBiotechnologie, Informationstechnologie und anderen neuen Hochtechnologiebranchenerfolgreich am Wettbewerb teilnehmen zu können. Seit Mitte...

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Do University Based Regions Really Attract Outside Entrepreneurs: The Case of the German Biotechnology Industry

Engel, Dirk; Heneric, Oliver

The paper tests empirically the role of knowledge stocks to explain the regional distribution of Germany?s biotechnology founders. We present an unique approach to highlight the role of knowledge spillovers as we differentiate according the local embeddedness and research affinity of founders. As ex...

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Do University Based Regions Really Attract Outside Entrepreneurs – The Case of the German Biotechnology Industry

Engel, Dirk; Heneric, Oliver

The paper tests empirically the role of knowledge stocks to explain the regional distribution of Germany's biotechnology founders. We present an unique approach to highlight the role of knowledge spillovers as we differentiate according the local embeddedness and research affinity of founders. As ex...

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Challenging the miracle of transgenic crops in China: findings from a case study in cotton using panel data

Pemsl, Diemuth E.; Völker, Marc; Wu, L.; Waibel, Hermann

Bt cotton has been cultivated in China for the past 10 years. Limitations of previous studies analyzing the impact of this technology are the short time period considered and lack of panel data. In this paper, we present findings from monitoring 150 Bt cotton farmers in 2002 and 2005. Descriptive an...

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