AbstractEnzyme technology is widely regarded as an exciting new technology possessing great opportunities for commercial interests and is one of a small group of key technologies singled out by the Science Research Councils during the 1960's as worthy of special support. In this thesis I outline the basic characteristics of this technology analysing the nature of the Government's policy towards it. The approach I have chosen requires an in depth analysis of the innovation process for enzymes which forms the basis for a model.
This model is then used to focus on aspects of the UK science policy towards innovation in enzyme technology, assessing its impacts, and appraising the usefulness of this approach for future policy initiatives.
|Date of Award||Nov 1985|
|Supervisor||Harry Rothman (Supervisor) & George E.C. Paton (Supervisor)|
- enzyme technology
- science policy
The integration of knowledge within science, technology and industry : enzymes a case study
Towalski, Z. (Author). Nov 1985
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis › Doctor of Philosophy