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Innovate like it's 1985. Smith, Roger Jul 1, 2014 1817
Risks and uncertainties of scientific innovations in French liability law: between radical departure and continuity. Verges, Etienne Jun 1, 2014 10120
Science fiction: is it still the "big ideas" genre? Hill, Rebecca A. Oct 1, 2012 2058
28 Major Trends for 2012 and beyond: Part 2. Frey, Thomas May 1, 2012 3228
1990s. Mar 24, 2012 461
2000s. Mar 24, 2012 569
1930s. Mar 24, 2012 459
1940s. Mar 24, 2012 410
1950s. Mar 24, 2012 400
1960s. Mar 24, 2012 336
The future's so bright. Engelhaupt, Erika Brief article Mar 24, 2012 211
1970s. Mar 24, 2012 487
Prescient prognostications. Engelhaupt, Erika Brief article Mar 24, 2012 221
1980s. Mar 24, 2012 532
1920s. Mar 24, 2012 420
Understanding technological evolution and diversity: from the depths of the Amazon basin to the streets of Tokyo, technology is always evolving. Here, a Wired founding editor describes what technology wants--and what we can learn from observing the "technium," the technological ecosystem. Kelly, Kevin Essay Mar 1, 2011 3793
A strategy for innovation: the administrations comprehensive approach includes research, education, infrastructure, a conducive market environment, and a quest to meet national needs. Farrell, Diana; Kalil, Thomas Mar 22, 2010 5131
Value of basic research emerges from under cloak. Siegfried, Tom Editorial Nov 21, 2009 371
Uncloaked: in race to make things disappear, scientists gain ground on science fiction. Petit, Charles Nov 21, 2009 3177
Kids really are different these days: kids today aren't the same as they were even a few years ago. Social and technological changes are having an effect on their social development. Coyl, Diana D. Report Feb 1, 2009 2166
Creating a National Innovation Foundation: in this blueprint, the foundation would build on the few federal programs that already promote innovation and borrow the best public policy ideas from other nations. Atkinson, Robert; Wial, Howard Sep 22, 2008 5109
Status of modern science and religion. Ramalingam, Paul S. Report Jun 22, 2008 3474
India emerging (maybe) as major R&D center. Yoshida, Phyllis Genther Mar 1, 2008 1808
The global tour of innovation policy: innovation does not take place in a laboratory. Wessner, Charles W. Sep 22, 2007 704
Polishing Belgium's innovation jewel: although Flanders is already one of world's most prosperous and productive regions, the government sees opportunities to enhance its performance. Moerman, Fientje Sep 22, 2007 3887
The post-scientific society: although science and technology will continue to play a vital role in innovation, the critical ingredients for continued U.S. economic success are likely to come from other disciplines. Hill, Christopher T. Sep 22, 2007 4934
A call for STP: science, technology, and politics. Lorentzen, Laura Sep 22, 2007 973
The unbound West: today, thunderous matters of cosmic import: why has the West dominated scientific and technological advance practically forever? Reed, Fred Sep 10, 2007 769
Combinatorics in technical creation. Seghedin, Neculai Report Jan 1, 2007 1529
Europe of society knowledge and scientific-technological strategies of realization. Vukovic, I. Report Jan 1, 2005 1385

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