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Award Abstract: Perhaps no issue is more important for US science policy than understanding why qualified women (and men) do or do not choose careers in science and engin
MOD: Collaborative Research: Workshop Proposal - Applying the Science of Teams to Inform Policy and Research on Team Science to be held in Florida during the 2010 year
Award Abstract: Scientific communities continually struggle to overcoming the challenges arising from interdisciplinary interaction.
TLS: Science & Technology Innovation Concept Knowledge-base (STICK): Monitoring, Understanding, and Advancing the (R)Evolution of Science & Technology Innovations
Award Abstract: This project provides much needed data and tools for analyzing innovations of all possible outcomes, included failed innovations.
DAT: Scientists and Engineers as Agents of Technological Progress: Measuring the Returns to R&D and the Economic Impact of Science & Engineering Workers
Award Abstract: The project develops datasets and methods to estimate the economic return to R&D spending and the impact of both R&D and non-R&D science and
Collaborative Research: Workshop on Confidential Data Collection for Innovation Analysis in Organizations to be held at Microsoft headquarters in September 2009 - Redmond, WA.
Award Abstract: Understanding how organizations promote innovation is a key element of advancing the science of innovation, and hence the science of innovation policy.
Volume 2, Issue 1, October 2009
Abstracts for the 2009 SciSIP RAPID Awardees.
United States Government Printing Office. 6 January 2009