The Emergence of New Knowledge: The Case of Zero‐Reference Patents – when we think of science, we talk about standing on the shoulder of giants. Apparently, there are patents that are just so pioneering that they do not reference previous patents.
Engineering Serendipity: When Does Knowledge Sharing Lead to Knowledge Production? – cool study on serendipity. Researchers were randomly selected to interact with other researchers. Their publications and citations were then tracked afterwards.
Organizing Crisis Innovation: Lessons from World War II– talks about the role of the U.S. Office of Scientific Research and Development led by Vannevar Bush during World War 2 in spurring innovations such as radar, atomic fission, penicillin, and malaria
The long wave of the internet – traces the history of the internet and the paradigms occuring across each phase of its development