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Re: [scisip] Psychological Science Article on Team Development Interventions

Thanks - will be very helpful to tw of my colleagues! One is dissertating on team-based learning, using the peer forum data from EO (Entrepreneurs Organization**) - she's a trainer & their model


Re: [scisip] Transition to Clean Energy

Yes, and I think his question for the SciSIP community is: Given that the highest-impact/return focus of energy science and innovation policy may well be on clean energy pathways, what is the most eff


Re: [scisip] Transition to Clean Energy

Dear Luis, This list is really for people who are studying science and innovation policy, using scientific methods.


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Re: [scisip] Why the world of scientific research needs to be disrupted

Science has always been networked, and collaboration is not necessary for progress.


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Re: [scisip] Why the world of scientific research needs to be disrupted

I just blogged a reply to this: I think the WSJ article misses the mark. We're good at making use of technological progress, but not good at integrating it into the scientific method.


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