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Going Commercial: My Experience as a Postdoctoral Intern in Technology Transfer

By Stephanie Davis
This article was originally published by the National Postdoctoral Association (NPA) POSTDOCket on the July 2019 issue (issue 17, vol. 7) and the author has received permission to re-post on Sci on
Mergers and Acquisitions illustrated by a small fish being eaten by a larger fish.

A Tune-Up for the U.S. Innovation Engine

By Yan Zheng
A common mantra of economists and politicians is that “innovation is the engine of U.S. economic growth,” and one of the best fuels for that engine is investments in research and development (R&D)

What can electric bikes tell us about the future of U.S. manufacturing?

By Yan Zheng
By the late 1880's there was no doubt that America's bicycle craze was in full swing. Bicycles revolutionized personal transport and introduced an unimaginable amount of freedom and mobility to

Science and Technology Innovation: A Star Wars Retrospective

By Noel Bakhtian
It’s a moment that a whole generation of kids have never forgotten. A simple phrase on a black screen, “A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away….,” followed by a crash of cymbals and trumpets