Newsletter Archives By Topic: Information Mine
Print Resources for Tracking New Technologies
While Baker tries to make most resources available remotely, we can't always negotiate affordable site licenses. We have several print periodicals that are extremely useful for tracking new technologies. People interested in emerging technologies or careers in venture capital may want to look at the print periodicals listed below. Current issues of these titles are available in the Stamps Reading Room of Baker Library:
Forbes/Wolfe Nanotech Report – This monthly publication analyzes events and trends in commercial nanotechnology.
Gilder Technology Report – Idiosyncratic views of how technology is shaping the economic environment. Focuses on communications technologies.
In Vivo – Monthly analysis of news, deals, and capital market developments affecting all sectors of the health care and life sciences industry.
Release 1.0 – Esther Dyson's quarterly report on emerging big picture trends in technology, communications and the Internet.
Start-Up – Publishes profiles of new companies, analyzes technology trends, reports on VC investment trends and on university tech transfer licensing in the pharmaceutical/healthcare area.
Venture Capital Analyst: Healthcare Edition – Tracks and analyzes venture capital activity in biopharmaceuticals, medical devices, and healthcare services.
Venture Capital Analyst: Technology Edition – Profiles venture capital activity in six technology sectors: networking and communications, wireless, enterprise software and services, data center, consumer technologies, and semiconductors.