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TIKs Allan Dahl Andersen and Erlend Osland Simensen have recently published a paper in Innovation and Development, together with Anabel Marìn (conicet), as an introduction to their special issue on learning and innovation in Natural Resource Based Indsutries (NRBIs).
New book from Springer International Publishing, edited by TIK's Valentina Elena Tartiu, together with Pierguiseppe Morone and Franka Papendiek.
Håkon E. Normann and Jens Hanson have published the article on “The role of domestic markets in international technological innovation systems” in Industry and Innovation.
TIKs Monica Guillen-Royo has published the article "Sustainable development in times of economic crisis: A needs-based illustration from Granada (Spain)" in the Journal of Cleaner Production, together with Jorge Guardiola & Fernando Garcia-Quero from the University of Granada, Spain.
Håkon E. Normann has published the article “Policy networks in energy transitions: The cases of carbon capture and storage and offshore wind in Norway” in Technological Forecasting and Social Change.
Tone Druglitrø has published an article in Science, Technology and Human Values on the contruction of Laboratory animal science as a version of "good science".
In a paper published by Scientometrics Simen Enger and Fulvio Castellacci present a timely analysis of participation in the 8th European Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (EU FP) Horizon 2020.
TIKs Helge Ryggvik har publisert boken "Sporskiftet - Jernbaneverket 1996-2016".
From enviro-pigs to farmed fish, and from animal rights to flu-infected birds and nomadic camels, the book reflects the multi-sited and multi-species ways in which human-animal lives are practised and politicised. A key question for this book, edited by Kristin Asdal, Tone Druglitrø and Steve Hinchliffe, is how might we glimpse alternative ways of being, or becoming, more-than-human from these experiences?
Research Policy has released a special section on hospitals and innovation, guest edited by TIKs Magnus Gulbrandsen and Taran Thune together with Michael Hopkins and Finn Valentin.