Jeff Williams

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Affiliation: 
CRDF Global/GWU
Position: 
Biosecurity Engagement Program/Adjunct Professor
Professional Background: 

PhD in Public Policy and Public Administration from GWU, and ten years of experience in the DC science policy community.

Research: 

Research interests include the role of politics in science funding, intellectual property issues, agricultural biotech, and program evaluation.

Keywords: 
intellectual property, patents, biotech, politics, evaluation

SoSP Posted Content

Re: Organizing (Federal) Research

Posted: Aug 24, 2015

Avery,

Re: Communicating New Horizons Impacts

Posted: Jul 16, 2015

Richard and Susan,

Communicating New Horizons Impacts

Posted: Jul 16, 2015

All:

Re: science versus sacred

Posted: Apr 24, 2015

Susan,

Re: Agenda Setting Survey: Progress on the SoSP Roadmap

Posted: Apr 08, 2015

Building off Jeff Alexander's comment, do we have knowledge/attempts at measuring the impacts of policy change efforts (advocacy) on the formation of science policy?

DC Event for Women in Science and Nonproliferation

Posted: Mar 16, 2015

For those in the DC area who have an interest in the role of women in both science and nonproliferation, there is a networking/modest fundraising opportunity next week (Mach 24) in DC.

Re: How to create a tech start up scene if you¹re not in Silicon Valley

Posted: Jan 06, 2015

Quite apart from how we study technology clusters is how the political side of the equation uses our research.

Re: How to create a tech start up scene if you¹re not in Silicon Valley

Posted: Jan 05, 2015

Successful technology entrepreneurship (which we can say is different from technology development) is an inherently creative process, as it combines business (people) smarts with technology (thing)

Re: Broadening our thinking about the impacts of research

Posted: May 24, 2013

This is great - thank you.