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A Call for Supporting a Next Generation Airspace System for the State of Ohio

Ohio, as the nation’s “Birthplace of Aviation”, is well positioned to be a national leader in providing a 21st century aviation system for its residents and businesses, creating increased economic growth and reducing aviation associated environmental impacts. Implementation of policy that actively supports and commits to the state-wide implementation of the FAA’s Next Generation Airspace System, known as, NextGen, is the key for success. Click here to download the policy paper.


Science, Engineering, and Public Policy

PUBAFR 5600 / ENVENG 5600 introduces you to the interactions between science, engineering, and public policy in the United States and in the context of global concerns (e.g. climate change, competitiveness), presents how the federal government, universities, and corporations conduct and fund science and engineering, and explores how public sector interests and processes influence, and are influenced by, science, engineering, and public policy. Case studies devoted to the science, engineering, and policy of each of the University’s Discovery Themes help you apply policy analysis and developments in science and engineering to realworld needs. SPRING 2015
The Battelle Center and its affiliated faculty work to improve science and technology policy at all levels of government and help policymakers navigate these complex issues. Download the center's latesest research report.
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Mapping Scientific Excellence

This web application visualizes scientific excellence worldwide in 17 subject areas. For each institution (university or research-focused institution), the estimated probabilities of (i) publishing highly cited papers (Best Paper Rate) or (ii) publishing in the most influential journals (Best Journal Rate) are shown. Follow this link to see the map.
Suggested Reading


Boardman's book Cooperative Research Centers and Technical Innovation: Government Policies, Industry Strategies, and Organizational Dynamics looks at the crucial management and evaluation challenges that accompany scientific and technical innovation in Cooperative Research Centers. Edited by: Craig Boardman, Denis Gray , Drew Rivers »Click here to buy »Learn more about the book
The Science of Science Policy
A Handbook
Edited by: Kaye Husbands Fealing, Julia I. Lane, John H. Marburger III, and Stephanie S. Shipp
Restoring the Innovative Edge Driving the Evolution of Science and Technology Author: Jerald Hage

 


 

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