Douglas Robinson
Douglas Robinson
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Technological agglomeration and the emergence of clusters and networks in nanotechnology
DKR Robinson, A Rip, V Mangematin
Research policy 36 (6), 871-879, 2007
2412007
Forecasting Innovation Pathways (FIP) for new and emerging science and technologies
DKR Robinson, L Huang, Y Guo, AL Porter
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 80 (2), 267-285, 2013
1842013
Multi-path mapping for alignment strategies in emerging science and technologies
DKR Robinson, T Propp
Technological forecasting and social change 75 (4), 517-538, 2008
1432008
Co-evolutionary scenarios: An application to prospecting futures of the responsible development of nanotechnology
DKR Robinson
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 76 (9), 1222-1239, 2009
1322009
Characterizing the emergence of a technological field: Expectations, agendas and networks in Lab-on-a-chip technologies
RO Van Merkerk, DKR Robinson
Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 18 (3-4), 411-428, 2006
105*2006
Technology roadmapping for competitive technical intelligence
Y Zhang, DKR Robinson, AL Porter, D Zhu, G Zhang, J Lu
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 110, 175-186, 2016
652016
Nano-enabled drug delivery: A research profile
X Zhou, AL Porter, DKR Robinson, MS Shim, Y Guo
Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine 10 (5), e889-e896, 2014
452014
Constructive technology assessment and the methodology of insertion
A Rip, DKR Robinson
Early engagement and new technologies: Opening up the laboratory, 37-53, 2013
432013
Orphan innovation, or when path-creation goes stale: a design framework to characterise path-dependence in real time
M Agogué, P Le Masson, DKR Robinson
Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 24 (6), 603-616, 2012
41*2012
Constructive technology assessment of emerging nanotechnologies: experiments in interactions
DKR Robinson
412010
Co-creating and directing Innovation Ecosystems? NASA's changing approach to public-private partnerships in low-earth orbit
M Mazzucato, DKR Robinson
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 136, 166-177, 2018
292018
Tracking the evolution of new and emerging S&T via statement-linkages: Vision assessment in molecular machines
D Robinson, M Ruivenkamp, A Rip
Scientometrics 70 (3), 831-858, 2007
292007
Waiting games: innovation impasses in situations of high uncertainty
DKR Robinson, P Le Masson, B Weil
Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 24 (6), 543-547, 2012
282012
The role of regional institutional entrepreneurs in the emergence of clusters in nanotechnologies
V Mangematin, A Rip, A Delemarle, DKR Robinson
Grenoble Applied Economics Laboratory (GAEL) Working Papers, 2005
282005
Detecting deterioration in patients with chronic disease using telemonitoring: navigating the ‘trough of disillusionment’
G Elwyn, AR Hardisty, SC Peirce, C May, R Evans, DKR Robinson, ...
Journal of evaluation in clinical practice 18 (4), 896-903, 2012
242012
Nanotechnologies for food packaging: Reporting the science and technology research trends: Report for the observatory NANO
DKR Robinson, MJ Morrison
Phytotherapy Res 15, 476-480, 2010
232010
Visualising potential innovation pathways in a workshop setting: the case of nano-enabled biosensors
L Huang, Y Guo, AL Porter, J Youtie, DKR Robinson
Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 24 (5), 527-542, 2012
212012
The evolution of mission-oriented policies: Exploring changing market creating policies in the US and European space sector
DKR Robinson, M Mazzucato
Research Policy 48 (4), 936-948, 2019
202019
Early insights on the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI): an overlay map-based bibliometric study
Y Huang, D Zhu, Q Lv, AL Porter, DKR Robinson, X Wang
Scientometrics 111 (3), 2041-2057, 2017
202017
An alignment approach for an industry in the making: DIGINOVA and the case of digital fabrication
M Potstada, A Parandian, DKR Robinson, J Zybura
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 102, 182-192, 2016
202016
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