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Magazine articles on research, scientific thinking, and laboratories.
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Military & Aerospace Electronics
September 2004
John McHale
Nanotechnology: The Revolution Has Begun Nanotechnology, heavily researched and funded across the globe, promises to revolutionize many applications in space flight and communications. The advanced miniaturization concepts will proliferate across many industries in addition to defense and aerospace. mark for My Articles 222 similar articles
September 2004
Jay Chapman
Global Science Standings In a new study of scientific standing among nations, the United States leads the world in scientific wealth, although many European countries are closing the gap. mark for My Articles 136 similar articles
August 2004
Sherwood Boehlert
Making an Impact on the Hill At a time of increased spending on defense and homeland security, the prospects for a significant increase in the National Science Foundation budget are dim. mark for My Articles 142 similar articles
August 9, 2004
Jason Bush
A Renaissance For Russian Science Student enrollments are up, and multinationals are chasing grads. However, without an influx of qualified teachers, Russian science may be living on borrowed time. mark for My Articles 472 similar articles
Information Today
July 26, 2004
Richard Poynder
British Politicians Call on U.K. Government to Support Open Access Following 7 months of deliberation, the U.K. House of Commons' Science and Technology Committee has concluded that the current model for scientific publishing is unsatisfactory. mark for My Articles 326 similar articles
Reactive Reports
July 2004
Star Picks PSIgate, ChemWeb and European Centre for Chemistry Education are all web sites offering great resources for physical sciences and chemistry. mark for My Articles 142 similar articles
Military & Aerospace Electronics
July 2004
John Rhea
Outlook Uneasy for Federal Science Support Given the current unsettled nature of the nation's economy, companies in the advanced-technology industries are going to have to do some serious scouting if they hope to maintain a healthy federal government business. mark for My Articles 143 similar articles
July 2004
Suppressing Science in Policy: Sharing Responsibility Recent publicity of the use of science in policy offers an opportune platform from which to reflect not only on the issues raised by politicians and UCS, but also on scientists' own role in widening the gap between science and policy. mark for My Articles 59 similar articles
Bio-IT World
June 17, 2004
Salvatore Salamone
LIMS: To Buy or Not to Buy? When it comes to laboratory information management systems, IT experts face a dilemma: to build their own or buy a commercial product. Some are turning to a third solution. mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
PC Magazine
July 13, 2004
Jim Akin
Nanotechnology Size Matters Incubating inside this tiny world are some big ideas that could improve everything from manufacturing to health care. mark for My Articles 285 similar articles
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