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Was this the motivation behind the naming of North Carolina's Research Triangle Park? http://library.wur.nl/frontis/research_triangles/02_hardin.pdf Susan M.
Award Abstract: Spending on science is increasingly motivated by the economic spillovers it generates, such as job creation, but there are mixed views of the overall benefits of scientific a
Award Number:1064219, 1064220
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Sent by: Zak Taylor SCIENCE & INNOVATION POLICY BOOK PRIZE ANNOUNCEMENT=====================================================We seek nominations for the 2009 Don K.
Clements, Margaret M. and Powers, Joshua B. (Oct.
MOD: Collaborative Research: Workshop Proposal -Applying the Science of Teams to Inform Policy and Research on Team Science to be held in Orlando, Florida during the year 2010
Joann Keyton (North Carolina State University)
Award Abstract: Scientific communities continually struggle to overcoming the challenges arising from interdisciplinary interaction.
Martin Ribarsky (University of North Carolina at Charlotte)
Jing Yang (Co-Principal Investigator)
Remco Chang (Co-Principal Investigator)
Award Abstract: A fair amount of work, such as map of science visualization methods, has been done in the area of visualization of scientific discovery and of the relat
Collaborative Research: MOD: The R&D "Lab" of the Future: Foundations for Modeling the R&D/Innovation Planning Process
Award Abstract: This project examines the information seeking and using behaviors of decision makers who face decisions about their future R&D investments.