National Academy of Inventors®: Honoring Academic Invention
  • Technology and Innovation

T&I Journal

Technology and Innovation, edited and published by the National Academy of Inventors®, is a forum for presenting information encompassing the entire field of applied sciences, with a focus on transformative technology and academic innovation. The journal is dedicated to supporting the NAI's mission to support and honor academic invention and inventors.


Editors-in-Chief: Paul R. Sanberg and Eric R. Fossum
Senior Editors: Howard J. Federoff and Nasser Arshadi

ISSN: 1949-8241; E-ISSN: 1949-825X
4 Issues per year



Current Issue



Volume 18, Numbers 2-3 is a special topic double issue devoted to outcomes and advances in assistive technologies for rehabilitation, with fifteen articles spanning systematic reviews, clinical research, outcome measures, and innovative techniques and interventions. Regular features in this issue include the NAI Fellow Profile featuring Robert S. Langer and a USPTO commentary on the Cancer Moonshot.


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Press Releases


New research on outcomes and advances in assistive technologies

TAMPA, Fla. (Oct. 6, 2016) - The current special topic issue of Technology and Innovation, Journal of the National Academy of Inventors (18:2-3), titled “Outcomes and Advances in Assistive Technologies for Rehabilitation,” contains peer-reviewed articles covering a broad range of research related to assistive technologies, including systematic reviews, clinical research, outcome measures, and innovative techniques and interventions. In addition, this issue features a USPTO commentary on the Cancer Moonshot and the NAI Fellow Profile featuring Dr. Robert S. Langer.


Are prosthetic interventions for transtibial amputees cost effective?

TAMPA, Fla. (Oct. 6, 2016) - Patients with serious lower leg trauma have two main care options: limb preservation or transtibial amputation (TTA) with the subsequent use of a prosthesis, or artificial limb. This study, "Economic Evaluations of Interventions for Transtibial Amputations," takes on the task of defining the largely unknown economic aspects of TTA, including the cost-effectiveness of prosthesis use within three topical areas: care models, prosthetic treatment, and prosthetic sockets.



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UMSL MIMH
USF Health School of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Sciences

Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth
UCI - University of California, Irvine
USF