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Open Access research that explores why technology innovation occurs

Strathprints makes available Open Access scholarly outputs by Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship based within Strathclyde Business School. Particular research specialisms within the Hunter Centre include better understanding the dynamics of how new technologies and business models move from concept to market. This research aligns with another local specialism, 'entrepreneurial ecosystems', which seeks to codify the role of context and systemic influences on entrepreneurship.

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Hind, Charlotte and Clifford, Melanie and Woolley, Charlotte and Harmer, Jane and McGee, Leah M. C. and Tyson-Hirst, Izaak and Tait, Henry J. and Brooke, Daniel P. and Dancer, Stephanie J. and Hunter, Iain S. and Suckling, Colin J. and Beveridge, Rebecca and Parkinson, John A. and Sutton, J. Mark and Scott, Fraser (2022) Insights into the spectrum of activity and mechanism of action of MGB-BP-3. ACS Infectious Diseases. ISSN 2373-8227 (In Press)

Tentellino, Christian and Tipping, William J. and McGee, Leah M. C. and Bain, Laura M. and Wetherill, Corinna and Laing, Stacey and Tyson-Hirst, Izaak and Suckling, Colin J. and Beveridge, Rebecca and Scott, Fraser J. and Faulds, Karen and Graham, Duncan (2022) Ratiometric imaging of minor groove binders in mammalian cells using Raman microscopy. RSC Chemical Biology, 3 (12). pp. 1403-1415. ISSN 2633-0679

Kieswetter, Nathan S. and Ozturk, Mumin and Hlaka, Lerato and Chia, Julius Ebua and Nichol, Ryan J. O. and Cross, Jasmine M. and McGee, Leah and Tyson-Hirst, Izaak and Beveridge, Rebecca and Brombacher, Frank and Carter, Katharine C. and Suckling, Colin J. and Scott, Fraser J. and Guler, Reto (2022) Intranasally administered S-MGB-364 displays antitubercular activity and modulates the host immune response to mycobacterium tuberculosis infection. Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, 77 (4). pp. 1061-1071. ISSN 0305-7453

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