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Hello, Those on the list into twitter may be interested in keeping an eye on the hashtag #NSFTR today and early tomorrow.
Re-assessing the science – society relation: The case of the US National Science Foundation’s broader impacts merit review criterion (1997 – 2011)
Greetings All, Science & Public Policy is currently seeking reviewers for the following books.
I suspect that many of you will find this article of interest: http://chronicle.com/article/As-Scholarship-Goes-Digital/130482/#disqus_thread. With best wishes, Britt J.
I think this is a general quandary for all research that aims to have a broader impact, but especially for research that aims to have an impact on science policy. I present our SciSIP-funded resear
Report from the EU/US workshop on peer review: Assessing "broader impact" in research grant applications
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