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Commercializing generic technology: the case of advanced materials ventures
E Maine, E Garnsey
Research Policy 35 (3), 375-393, 2006
The role of entrepreneurial decision-making in opportunity creation and recognition
E Maine, PH Soh, N Dos Santos
Technovation 39, 53-72, 2015
The role of clustering in the growth of new technology-based firms
EM Maine, DM Shapiro, AR Vining
Small Business Economics 34, 127-146, 2010
Process-based vs. product-based innovation: Value creation by nanotech ventures
E Maine, S Lubik, E Garnsey
Technovation 32 (3/4), 179-192, 2012
Nanotechnology for a sustainable future: Addressing global challenges with the international network4sustainable nanotechnology
L Pokrajac, A Abbas, W Chrzanowski, GM Dias, BJ Eggleton, S Maguire, ...
ACS nano 15 (12), 18608-18623, 2021
A typology of clean technology commercialization accelerators
K Malek, E Maine, IP McCarthy
Journal of Engineering and Technology Management 32, 26-39, 2014
The emerging commercial landscape of quantum computing
ER MacQuarrie, C Simon, S Simmons, E Maine
Nature Reviews Physics 2 (11), 596-598, 2020
Radical innovation from the confluence of technologies: Innovation management strategies for the emerging nanobiotechnology industry
E Maine, VJ Thomas, J Utterback
Journal of Engineering and Technology Management 32, 1-25, 2014
Radical innovation through internal corporate venturing: Degussa's commercialization of nanomaterials
E Maine
R&D Management 38 (4), 359-371, 2008
Market entry strategies for electric vehicle start-ups in the automotive industry–Lessons from Tesla Motors
VJ Thomas, E Maine
Journal of Cleaner Production 235, 653-663, 2019
The Role of Charging and Refueling Infrastructure in supporting Zero-Emission Vehicle Sales
A Miele, J Axsen, M Wolinetz, E Maine, Z Long
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 81, 2020
Investing in new materials: a tool for technology managers
E Maine, D Probert, M Ashby
Technovation 25 (1), 15-23, 2005
Endowing university spin-offs pre-formation: Entrepreneurial capabilities for scientist-entrepreneurs
VJ Thomas, M Bliemel, C Shippam, E Maine
Technovation 96, 102153, 2020
Accelerating advanced-materials commercialization
E Maine, P Seegopaul
Nature Materials 15 (5), 487-491, 2016
The emergence of the nanobiotechnology industry
E Maine, VJ Thomas, M Bliemel, A Murira, J Utterback
Nature Nanotechnology 9 (1), 2-5, 2014
An integrated approach to studying multiplexity in entrepreneurial networks
MJ Bliemel, IP McCarthy, EMA Maine
Entrepreneurship Research Journal 4 (4), 367-402, 2014
Applying the investment methodology for materials (IMM) to aluminium foams
EMA Maine, MF Ashby
Materials & Design 23 (3), 307-319, 2002
Cost Estimation and the Viability of Metal Foams
E Maine, MF Ashby
Advanced Engineering Materials 2 (4), 205-209, 2000
An investment methodology for materials
EMA Maine, MF Ashby
Materials & Design 23 (3), 297-306, 2002
Overcoming barriers to innovation in food and agricultural biotechnology
MS Dahabieh, S Bröring, E Maine
Trends in food science & technology 79, 204-213, 2018
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