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"Just Carbon": Ideas About Graphene Risks by Graphene Researchers and Innovation Advisors.

Graphene is a nanomaterial with many promising and innovative applications, yet early studies indicate that graphene may pose risks to humans and the environment. According to ideas of responsible research and innovation, all relevant actors should strive to reduce risks related to technological innovations. Through semi-structured interviews, we investigated the idea of graphene as a risk (or not) held by two types of key actors: graphene researchers and innovation advisors at universities, where the latte...

Interoperability in Health and Social Care: Organizational Issues are the Biggest Challenge.

A great asset of any healthcare system is "information" which includes, but not limited to patient data, clinical history and treatments. It is no secret that there is a growing demand for healthcare, however, this demand is yet to be achieved due to the challenge in the limitation of resources and the complexity of the problem area.

The Open Source Seed Licence: A novel approach to safeguarding access to plant germplasm.

The laws to secure intellectual property rights on plant germplasm have been strongly developed in parallel to the ongoing seed market consolidation. Germplasm as a commons, i.e., a natural resource accessible to all members of a society, receives almost no legal protection. On the other hand, the use of germplasm and released cultivars in breeding is increasingly restricted by intellectual property rights. In this study, approaches to open source plant germplasm are discussed, and the Open Source Seed (OSS...

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Innovation in the Context of Audiology and in the Context of the Internet.

This article explores different meanings of innovation within the context of audiology and the Internet. Case studies are used to illustrate and elaborate on the new types of innovation and their levels of impact.

The 'full stack' of healthcare innovation skills: combining clinical informatics with care delivery innovation.

The Barrow Innovation Center case series: Early clinical experience with a novel surgical instrument used to prevent intraoperative spinal cord injuries.

The Barrow Innovation Center comprises an educational program in medical innovation that enables residents to identify problems in patient care and to rapidly develop and implement solutions to these problems. Residents involved in this program noted an elevated risk of iatrogenic spinal cord injury during posterior cervical and thoracic procedures. The objective of this study was to describe this complication and a novel solution developed through a new innovation training program.

Designing and testing an educational innovation.

Technology provides an opportunity to develop innovations to improve the way we teach. Developing educational innovations must be approached in a methodical and thorough manner to identify the educational gap and validate the innovation's success in filling the gap. A successful educational innovation requires a stepwise approach that includes needs assessment, design of intervention, testing and analysis, evaluation of intervention, and determination of learning retention.

A Photocaged DNA Nanocapsule for Controlled Unlocking and Opening inside the Cell.

We report a nano-sized DNA capsule with a photo-inducible mechanical unlocking system for creation of a carrier for delivery system to the cells. Photocage system was introduced into the nanocapsule (NC) for control of opening of the NC with photoirradiation. The open of the NC was observed by atomic force microscopy (AFM), and the dynamic opening of the NC was examined by fluorescence recovery from the quenching. The photocaged NC was introduced to the cell without toxicity and observed in the cytoplasm, a...

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Multiple morbidities in pregnancy: Time for research, innovation, and action.

In a Guest Editorial, James Beeson and colleagues discuss the contribution of nonobstetric morbidity to mortality during and around pregnancy and what needs to be done to address this global health challenge.

Analysis of adoption rates for Needs Driven versus Value Driven innovation water technologies.

This paper analyzes six case studies of new water technology innovations in the last three decades and investigates the differences in timelines for moving through the various stages of water technology commercialization. The concept of two different types of innovation was explored: Crisis/Needs Driven and Value Driven. It was found that the case studies that mapped to the Crisis/Needs Driven innovation moved relatively quickly compared to Value Driven innovations and in most cases involved new entrants. N...


The analysis of the state of innovation activity of NRCRM was carried out. The main types of innovation activity of the institution are highlighted, namely: creation and implementation of innovative product, innovative consulting. The perspective directions of its development were substantiated: increase of the level of implementation with the use of modern informational and publishing mechanisms, in particular digital object identification, and develop- ment of academic entrepreneurship.

Surgical Innovation in the Era of Global Surgery: A Network Analysis.

To present a novel network-based framework for the study of collaboration in surgery and demonstrate how this can be used in practice to help build and nurture collaborations that foster innovation.

Regulation and Innovation: Role of Regulatory Science in Facilitating Pharmaceutical Innovation.

Regulatory science is defined as science and research intended to inform decision making in a regulatory framework. This issue of Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics and the papers herein deal with the expansive topic of regulatory science and its role in fostering innovation and accelerating access to medicines. Regulatory health authorities, industry, and multiple stakeholders have a shared objective in advancing regulatory science to keep up with the ever-increasing pace of biomedical science.

Technology networks: the autocatalytic origins of innovation.

We analyse the autocatalytic structure of technological networks and evaluate its significance for the dynamics of innovation patenting. To this aim, we define a directed network of technological fields based on the International Patents Classification, in which a source node is connected to a receiver node via a link if patenting activity in the source field anticipates patents in the receiver field in the same region more frequently than we would expect at random. We show that the evolution of the technol...

Pearls and pitfalls of food challenges in infants.

An oral food challenge (OFC) is considered the diagnostic criterion standard procedure for evaluation of a suspected food allergy in patients of any age. This can be accomplished as either an open or a blinded challenge. In recent years, the open OFC has become an acceptable and practical office-based practice. With the advent of new early peanut introduction guidelines, there is a critical need to potentially perform OFC in very young infants between the ages of 4 and 12 months of life. Experience from mul...

The innovation ecosystem: an analysis of a decade of approved and failed drugs.

Pharmaceutical companies are relying more often on external sources of innovation to boost their discovery research productivity. However, more in-depth knowledge about how external innovation may translate to successful product launches is still required in order to better understand how to best leverage the innovation ecosystem. We analyzed the pre-approval publication histories for FDA-approved new molecular entities (NMEs) and new biologic entities (NBEs) launched by 13 top research pharma companies dur...

Publisher Correction: Genomes of 13 domesticated and wild rice relatives highlight genetic conservation, turnover and innovation across the genus Oryza.

This article was not made open access when initially published online, which was corrected before print publication. In addition, ORCID links were missing for 12 authors and have been added to the HTML and PDF versions of the article.


This issue of "Harefuah" is dedicated to major milestones of research and innovation achieved by clinicians and researchers at Maccabi Healthcare Services, insuring 2.5 million Israelis.

The author identified by his method: EuPA YPIC challenge solved.

Here we present the results of our attempt on the EuPA YPIC challenge. The task was to sequence the provided synthetic peptides, build the sentence encrypted in them and determine from which book the sentence originated. The task itself, while holding no direct scientific value, offers an insight in less formal terms (for participants at least) on how the overall process of a scientific study of a "new protein" looks like. Hence, we decided to look at the challenge as if it was a general task of sequencing ...

Towards a strategic research agenda for social sciences and humanities in radiological protection.

Reflecting a change in funding strategies for European research projects, and a commitment to the idea of responsible research and innovation in radiological protection (RP), a collective of research institutes and universities have developed a prospective Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) for Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) in radiological protection. This is the first time such a research agenda has been proposed. This paper identifies six research lines of interest and concern: 1) Effects of social, p...

The effect of innovation on CO emissions of OCED countries from 1990 to 2014.

Human activities are accelerating CO emissions all over the world most especially in high-income nations, spurring the rise in greenhouse gas emissions. For decades, technologies have been developed and patented in response to the environmental problems. There is an outcry for innovative ways to combat the environmental menace. This attests to the enormity of research being done, in recent years, to investigate how innovation can help mitigate CO emissions. This research aims at investigating into the effec...

The Safety and Efficacy of an Oral Penicillin Challenge Program in Cancer Patients: A Multicenter Pilot Study.

Antibiotic allergies are reported by up to 1 in 4 cancer patients, almost 50% of which are considered low risk and precede the cancer diagnosis. We demonstrate the successful and safe implementation of a pilot oral penicillin challenge program for cancer patients with low-risk penicillin allergies, increasing the use of penicillin and narrow-spectrum beta-lactams post-testing.

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