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Nature Editorial higlighting the work of two SciSIP PIs - Barry Bozeman, University of Georgia and Daniel Sarewitz, Arizona State University.
Sent by: "Fiore, Steve" New article on, science, engineering, and technoscience...Best,SteveThe Republic of Engineering Is Not a Democracy...and neither is the Republic of Scie
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Sent by: David Wojick I personally have no problem with most scientists being Democrats, as long==20as policy makers recognize the implications, when it comes to=20scientifical
Sent by: "Phillips" My last post in response to Daniel Sarewitz=92 essay noted that a former =executive director of the APA, a U. of Arizona Prof Emeritus, and an =ex-U.
Sent by: David Wojick This political diatribe by Phillips does not contribute to a meaningful=20discussion of the implications of these one-sided political demographics on==20s