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Posted by NSF LISTSERV on 03/18/2017 - 17:26
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Posted by Stephen Fiore on 03/18/2017 - 16:32
Hi Everyone - I was just reading this interview with the outgoing director of OSTP, John Holdren. His response to the question below caught my eye.  Can anyone on the SciSIP list point me to the studies that were used (or possibly used) for him to make this claim? Thanks, Steve Fiore Conference Chair, Science of Team Science 2017 June 12-14, Clearwater Beach, Floridahttp://www.scienceofteamscience.org/ Scientific... [Read more]  
Replied by Deborah Stine on 03/18/2017 - 21:15
Steve,                 There are several reports, but the one that comes to mind and that has Bill Gates activities behind it is the Bipartisan Policy Center, where John Holdren (if memory serves) was active before going to OSTP.  You can see here for more details as an illustration but they have many reports in this same realm -- https://bipartisanpolicy.org/library/restoring-american-energy-innovation-leadership/.                      Debbie... [Read more]  
Replied by James Gover on 03/18/2017 - 18:51
Fission was thought to be too cheap to meter; now fission power plants are closing because they are not cost competitive with natural gas and we still do not have spent fuel rod storage that is satisfactory from a political perspective. Plus, fission fuel reprocessing was rejected because it was feared that it would promote nuclear weapon proliferation.  Has anyone seen a cost analysis for nuclear fission power to identify where the costs are and how modular reactors diminish those costs? Fusion is far more complex than fission; it boggles the mind of an engineer how it could be made... [Read more]  
Replied by Daniel Sarewitz on 03/19/2017 - 09:08
here’s a different (venture capital) perspective on fusion’s prospects:  http://issues.org/32-2/whats-the-big-idea/ ds From: James Gover <jgover@KETTERING.EDU> Reply-To: James Gover <jgover@KETTERING.EDU> Date: Saturday, March 18, 2017 at 11:51 PM To: Science of Science Listserv <SCISIP@LISTSERV.NSF.GOV> Subject: Re: [scisip] Holdren and Fusion... [Read more]  
Replied by James Gover on 03/19/2017 - 03:46
Thanks to Katherine and Dan for these references.jimOn Sun, Mar 19, 2017 at 7:08 AM, Daniel Sarewitz <Daniel.Sarewitz@asu.edu> wrote: here’s a different (venture capital) perspective on fusion’s prospects:  http://issues.org/32-2/whats-the-big-idea/ ds From: James Gover <jgover@KETTERING.EDU> Reply-To: James Gover <... [Read more]  
Replied by David Wojick on 03/19/2017 - 08:08
Fusion has long been a modest program in DOE's Office of Science (SC). See https://science.energy.gov/fes/Holdren's call for tripling energy funding is fairly common among those calling for the decarbonization of the energy supply. Of course the Trump Administration does not share this view. The fusion program may well be a budget cut target. David http://insidepublicaccess.com/ At 04:32 PM 3/... [Read more]  

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Posted by Matt Abner on 03/17/2017 - 12:14
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Posted by Holly Falk-Krzesinski on 03/14/2017 - 16:16
*** Apologies for cross-posting *** Hello Science of Team Science (SciTS) Community,   The 2017 SciTS Program Committee wanted to first inform you that, because of numerous requests, we have extended the deadline for abstract submissions. Abstract submissions are now due on FRIDAY, MARCH 24 (details below and at http://www.scienceofteamscience.org/call-for-abstracts).   Second, we have updated the featured speakers website with description of a panel on research cutting... [Read more]  

Posted by Andrew Reamer on 03/14/2017 - 11:16
I recently posted online a working draft of "Federal Efforts in Support of Entrepreneurship: A Reference Guide," prepared under a grant from the Kauffman Foundation.In spreadsheet format, the guide has seven sections -- programs, interagency working groups, advisory committees, executive orders, presidential memoranda, statistics, and congressional caucuses. It is available at https://gwipp.gwu.edu/federal-efforts-support-entrepreneurship-reference-guide-working-draft... [Read more]  

Posted by Marga Gual Soler on 03/14/2017 - 09:45
Dear Colleagues,In response to growing interest in establishing science policy fellowships and other immersive mechanisms to engage scientists in policy processes, AAAS conducted a landscape analysis of such activities around the world. Sponsored by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, the project affirmed global demand to strengthen connections between science and policy, highlighted factors for productive engagement of scientists in the policy sphere, identified more than 150 science-policy linkage mechanisms, and clarified criteria to support their success. The report can be... [Read more]  

Posted by Brooke Struck on 03/14/2017 - 12:22
Hello all,   In this week’s post, once again continuing my series on capture, I respond to Sir Peter Gluckman’s talk (delivered earlier this year, in Ottawa) about science policy in a post-truth environment. One statement he makes, echoing Paul Cairney, is that scientists are good at defining problems. This is a claim that I think needs to be understood properly if we’re going to avoid the major problem he identifies for evidence-informed policy-making: hubris.   Here’s the full text:  ... [Read more]  

Posted by Holly Falk-Krzesinski on 03/13/2017 - 16:17
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Posted by Nicole Motzer on 03/13/2017 - 09:10
Dear SciSIP, The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) in Annapolis, Maryland seeks proposals from highly qualified graduate students interested in conducting team-based socio-environmental synthesis research (i.e. “Graduate Pursuits"). Socio-environmental synthesis focuses on understanding connections between social and biophysical systems and emphasizes the importance of understanding them from a systems perspective. It is a process that brings together multiple, and often disparate, disciplines relevant to the problem at hand to create new... [Read more]  

Posted by Peter Matlock on 03/10/2017 - 09:08
Hello,  I appreciate your assistance to update data from an old NSF Science Indicators study (1976) on "Sources of Invention Underlying Major US Innovations: 1953 - 1973".  In this study, companies said they obtained new inventions/technology from:  Same Profit Center that Produced Innovation (62%); Same Enterprise but not Same Profit Center (24%);  Independent Inventor (19%);  University (8%);  Government Laboratory (5%);  Government Publication (0%);  Professional/Scientific Publication (2%) [numbers do not add to 100% due to survey... [Read more]  
Replied by David Wojick on 03/12/2017 - 03:35
Peter, is there a link to this study online?It might be useful to try to replicate it and get a longitudinal profile, to see how or if these numbers have changed.DavidDavid Wojick, Ph.D.Inside Public Accesshttp://insidepublicaccess.com/ [Read more]  
Replied by Julia Ingrid Lane on 03/12/2017 - 05:17
You might find this NBER/CRIW workshop “Measuring and Accounting for Innovation in the 21st Century” a useful and more modern pointer to innovation research and data.     http://www.nber.org/confer//2017/CRIWs17/program.html  Julia LaneProfessor, Wagner School; Center for Urban Science and ProgressProvostial FellowCell Phone 646 208 4990Check out our new book Big Data and Social Science: A Practical Guide to Methods and Toolshttps://www.routledge.com/products/... [Read more]  

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