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Government and science awards for RAS Fellows

Government and science awards for RAS Fellows

Science, government and the public in Nazi Germany

Nature's Government: Science, British Imperialism and the ‘Improvement’ of the World

GOVERNMENT, RADIO RESEARCH, AND UPPER ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES IN BRITAIN

Science and technology in Myanmar [Burma]: Recent government initiatives

‘Not rocket science’ or ‘No silver bullet’? Media and Government Discourses about MRSA and Cleanliness

Environmental science and public policy in Executive government: Insights from Australia and Canada

Developments of the evaluation system of government-supported research institutes in Korean science and technology

New Labour, Old Epistemology? Reflections on Political Science, New Institutionalism and The Blair Government

Intersecting Departmental Responsibilities, Administrative Confusion and the Role of Science in Government: The Case of BSE

Doing it for Britain: science and service in oral history with government scientists

Changes in Japanese Government policies to be a front-runner in science and technology

International Law and the Reasonable Nee of Governments to Govern Inaugural Lecture, London School of Economics and Political Science 22nd November, 1982

Governance system of governmental R&D programs: Formation and transformation of the Framework Act on Science and Technology in Korea

Concept evolution in science and technology policy: the process of change in relationships among university, industry and government

Richard Drayton. Nature's Government: Science, Imperial Britain, and the Improvement' of the World. New Haven: Yale University Press. 2000. Pp. xxi, 346. $40.00

Managing the environmental science–policy nexus in government: Perspectives from public servants in Canada and Australia

 

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