Bibliographic update July 2017: All

History and Technology

The technodiplomacy of Iberian transnational railways in the second half of the nineteenth century
vol. 33 (2): 175-195
Technological parables and iconic illustrations: American technocracy and the rhetoric of the technological fix
vol. 33 (2): 196-219
Technological parables and iconic illustrations: American technocracy and the rhetoric of the technological fix
vol. 33 (2): 196-219
Small nation, big ships winter navigation and technological nationalism in a peripheral country, 1878–1978
vol. 33 (2): 220-248
Materializing a form of urban governance: when street building intersected with city building in Republican Canton (Guangzhou), China
vol. 33 (2): 153-174
Editorial
vol. 33 (1): 1-3
Engineering professors as entrepreneurs: the case of Franz Reuleaux (1829–1905) and Alois Riedler (1850–1936)
vol. 33 (1): 53-69
The commercialization of molecular biology: Walter Gilbert and the Biogen startup
vol. 33 (1): 126-151
Commercializing academic knowledge and reputation in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries: photography and beyond
vol. 33 (1): 23-52
Technological entrepreneurship from patenting to commercializing: a survey of late nineteenth and early twentieth century physics lecturers
vol. 33 (1): 109-125
Commercializing science: nineteenth- and twentieth-century academic scientists as consultants, patentees, and entrepreneurs
vol. 33 (1): 4-22
Ivory towers? The commercial activity of British professors of engineering and physics, 1880–1914
vol. 33 (1): 70-108
A distinguished scientific field? Pursuing resources and building institutions for engineering research in Sweden, 1890–1945
vol. 32 (4): 315-348
The technoscientists: a Swedish construction of basic research in World War II
vol. 32 (4): 349-381
Technological change and Post Office communications in Britain, 1918–1945
vol. 32 (4): 382-408
Technological simulacrum: psychologists’ invention of a bogus pipeline to the soul
vol. 32 (4): 409-418
Editorial Board
vol. 32 (4): 0-0
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The commercialization of molecular biology: Walter Gilbert and the Biogen startup
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