Alan Kotok

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First Published: Sep 05, 2010 / Last Published: Oct 01, 2011
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Alan Kotok is a Washington, DC reporter on science, business, and public policy, and editor/publisher of Science Business, a blog connecting discovery with the market. He previously was managing editor of Science Careers, a Science magazine portal.

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Alan Kotok's articles

  1. October 1, 2011

    Friendly to What Business?
    If states want the big bucks from big brains and the benefits they bring, then they need to make the work being done and people doing the work feel at home.
  2. July 11, 2011

    Health Care Costs and Health Care Spending — Not the Same Thing
    If you want to control health care spending, you first need to control health care costs.
  3. June 19, 2011

    Why American Manufacturing Rocks
    Innovations built on brainpower rather than race-to-the-bottom cheap labor are propelling American manufacturing and exports.
  4. January 23, 2011

    Patents: The Missing Piece for Industry Clusters
    Regional industry clusters need one more piece: make it easier to get patents.
  5. December 6, 2010

    The Law That Launched a Thousand (More Like 6,500) Companies
    The Bayh-Dole Act connects the brainpower in American universities to the entrepreneurial and industrial engines in the American economy.
  6. November 6, 2010

    MIA: Venture Funding for Science Start Ups
    "Angel" investors, those who traditionally fund start ups, have pulled back their support for newly formed companies.
  7. October 10, 2010

    The War on Science is a War on Jobs
    In 2008-2009, during the worst recession since the 1930s, American scientific researchers created nearly 1,200 new companies.
  8. September 5, 2010

    On Renewable Fuels, the Public is Ahead of the Beltway
    American businesses and individuals have started the switch from fossil to renewable fuels on their own.