The third workshop of the Chemical Sciences Roundtable, Research Teams and Partnerships was held in Irvine, California, on May 2-3, 1999. The presentations and discussions at the workshop considered the current status of research partnerships in the chemical sciences and methods to improve the ability to form and maximize such collaborations. This volume presents the results of that workshop.
Table of Contents
|1 The Evolving Structure of University-Industry Collaboration in the United States: Three Cases||7-20|
|2 Partnerships in Research: The Evolution of Expectations||21-27|
|3 University-Industry Strategic Alliance: A British Perspective||28-37|
|4 Research Teams at Universities: The Center for Interfacial Engineering||42-49|
|5 Building Industry-University Research Partnerships: Corporate Perspective||50-65|
|6 Diluting Public Patrimony or Inventive Response to Increasing Knowledge Asymmetries: Watershed for Land Grant Universities? Reflections on the University of California, Berkeley-Novartis Agreement||66-84|
|7 What Industry Seeks from Federal Laboratories, and Examples of Collaborations||85-96|
|8 Partnering at the National Laboratories: Catalysis as a Case Study||97-106|
|9 Government-Industry Joint R&D Ventures: Bridging the Gap Between the Laboratory and the Marketplace||114-123|
|10 Factors Contributing to the Success of the Partnership for a New Generation of Vehicles||124-132|
|Appendix A: List of Workshop Participants||133-137|
|Appendix B: Biographical Sketches of Workshop Speakers||138-141|
|Appendix C: Origin of and Information on the Chemical Sciences Roundtable||142-144|
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