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[scisip] Participate in Beyond the PDF - March 19-20, 2013 in Amsterdam.

Beyond the PDF -  March 19-20, 2013 in Amsterdam, NL.


Re: [scisip] The Triple Helix of University-Industry-Government Relations (January 2012)

Dear Benoit, May I, please, follow up with the question of whether the metaphor of the triple helix was also used in these pre-war discussion?


Re: [scisip] The Triple Helix of University-Industry-Government Relations (January 2012)

Dear Richard Bookman, Thank you so much. How interesting! I'll mention it and provide a reference in the next version.


[scisip] CFP PLoS - altmetrics: Tracking scholarly impact on the social Web in

A PLoS One collection Call for papers The huge increase in scientific output is presenting scholars with a deluge of data.


journal structures in the Arts & Humanities

Sent by: "Loet Leydesdorff" Dear colleagues, At http://vks2.virtualknowledgestudio.nl/ahci/browse.html, one can browsethe cited and citing environments for all journals incl


Applications of Complexity Science for Public Policy & Modeling Science

Sent by: Katy Borner I jsut read and you might enjoyOECD Global Science ForumApplications of Complexity Science for Public Policynew tools for finding unanticipated consequences


preprint version overlay toolkit for global science mapping

Sent by: "Loet Leydesdorff" Science overlay maps: a new tool for research policy and library managementIsmael Rafols, Alan L.


CfP: Workshop on Modeling Science

Sent by: Katy Borner


Interaction Information: a Triple Helix indicator?

Sent by: "Loet Leydesdorff" Interaction Information: Linear and Nonlinear Interpretations, Intern. Journal of General Systems (forthcoming).


Lock-In and Break-Out from Technological Trajectories: Modeling and Policy Implications; preprint version

Sent by: "Loet Leydesdorff" Wilfred Dolfsma & Loet Leydesdorff, Lock-In and Break-Out from Technological Trajectories: Modeling and PolicyImplications, Technological Forecast


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