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Innovation in Science and Organizational Renewal : Historical and Sociological Perspectives (Chapters: 9)

Contributor(s): Language: English Analytics: Show analyticsPublication details: New York : Palgrave Macmillan New York , 2016Edition: 1 EdDescription: 290 ppISBN:
  • 978-1-137-59419-8
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from the table of contents: Institutional Conditions for Progress and Renewal in Science; Fabricating an Organizational Field for Research: US Academic Microfabrication Facilities in the 1970s and 1980s; From Salomon’s House to Synthesis Centers; The Seventh Solvay Conference: Nuclear Physics, Intellectual Migration, and Institutional Influence; “Preservation of the Laboratory Is Not a Mission.” Gradual Organizational Renewal in National Laboratories in Germany and the USA; Institutional Context and Growth of New Research Fields. Comparison Between State Universities in Germany and the USA; Organizing Space: Dutch Space Science Between Astronomy, Industry, and the Government; “We Will Learn More About the Earth by Leaving It than by Remaining on It.” NASA and the Forming of an Earth Science Discipline in the 1960s; Interdisciplinary Research and Transformative Research as Facets of National Science Policy;
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Loanable Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS) Book 22031-A Available IHS103905005

from the table of contents: Institutional Conditions for Progress and Renewal in Science; Fabricating an Organizational Field for Research: US Academic Microfabrication Facilities in the 1970s and 1980s; From Salomon’s House to Synthesis Centers; The Seventh Solvay Conference: Nuclear Physics, Intellectual Migration, and Institutional Influence; “Preservation of the Laboratory Is Not a Mission.” Gradual Organizational Renewal in National Laboratories in Germany and the USA; Institutional Context and Growth of New Research Fields. Comparison Between State Universities in Germany and the USA; Organizing Space: Dutch Space Science Between Astronomy, Industry, and the Government; “We Will Learn More About the Earth by Leaving It than by Remaining on It.” NASA and the Forming of an Earth Science Discipline in the 1960s; Interdisciplinary Research and Transformative Research as Facets of National Science Policy;

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