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In Science, The Endless Frontier, his 1945 report to the President of the United States, Bush called for an expansion of government support for science, and he pressed for the creation of the National Science Foundation.
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An articulation of this philosophy could be found explicitly in Vannevar Bush's treatise on postwar science policy, Science — The Endless Frontier: " New products, new industries, and more jobs require continuous additions to knowledge of the laws of nature ...
* Bush, Vannevar, ( 1950 ) Science, the Endless Frontier, Report from the Director of the OSRD to President H. Truman
Narratives about the National Science Foundation typically concentrated on Bush and his publication Science-The Endless Frontier.
Bush issued his report to President Harry S. Truman in July 1945, entitled Science — The Endless Frontier.
* Ken Hechler, Endless Space Frontier: A History of the House Committee on Science and Astronautics, 1959-1978 ( Aas History Series ), Univelt ( February 1982 ), ISBN 978-0-87703-157-4
Science and Frontier
* Coleman, William, " Science and Symbol in the Turner Frontier Hypothesis ," American Historical Review ( 1966 ) 72 # 1 pp. 22-49 in JSTOR
The instrument activities also include world conferences ( ESF-JSPS Frontier Science Conferences for Young Researchers ) and series of summer and winter schools providing advanced scientific training in physics.
The theme areas are: Antarctic and Marine Science ; Community, Place and Change ; Environment ; Frontier Technologies ; Population and Health ; and Sustainable Primary Production.
*" Flying to the Moon in French and American Science Fiction ," by Danièle Chatelain & George Slusser, in Space and Beyond: The Frontier Theme in Science Fiction, ed.
*" Flying to the Moon in French and American Science Fiction ," by Daniele Chatelain & George E. Slusser, in Space and Beyond: The Frontier Theme in Science Fiction, ed.
President George W. Bush voiced this sentiment when the vision was first announced ( see quote above ), and the United States Senate has re-entered testimony by Space Frontier Foundation founder Rick Tumlinson offered previously to the United States Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation advocating this particular perspective.
From 2000-2009, Wiesel served as Secretary-General of the Human Frontier Science Program, an organization headquartered in Strasbourg, France, which supports international and interdisciplinary collaboration between investigators in the life sciences.
It contains the Graduate School of Frontier Biosciences and a portion of the Graduate School of Information Science and Technology.
Terenzi's global TV and press appearances include features on CNN, The Dennis Miller Show, Sci Fi Channel, NPR Talk of the Nation, Weekend Edition and Science Friday, Newsweek on Air, The Wall Street Journal, People, Time, Glamour, Associated Press, Details, Los Angeles Reader, Daily News, Strange Universe, History Channel ‘ s “ The Universe ” and “ Ancient Aliens ”, and hundreds of feature stories internationally including the covers of Mondo 2000, New Frontier, Atari Explorer, Extropy, Composer USA, CDROM Today ( U. K .) and Eye Magazine ( Canada ).
" A Meaning for Turner's Frontier: Part I: Democracy in the Old Northwest ," Political Science Quarterly, Vol.
* Stanley Elkins and Eric McKitrick, " A Meaning for Turner's Frontier: Part II: The Southwest Frontier and New England ," Political Science Quarterly, Vol.
Science and 1945
* Roy Licklider, " The Consequences of Negotiated Settlements in Civil Wars, 1945 -- 1993 ," American Political Science Review 89, no.
In 1945 Wollheim edited the first hardcover anthology from a major publisher and the first omnibus, The Viking Portable Novels of Science.
*" Secrets of the German Jet Planes " June 1945, Popular Science page 124 — the first detailed drawing in a general public magazine
Stephen Henry Schneider ( February 11, 1945 – July 19, 2010 ) was Professor of Environmental Biology and Global Change at Stanford University, a Co-Director at the Center for Environment Science and Policy of the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies and a Senior Fellow in the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment.
Worldcon, or more formally The World Science Fiction Convention, is a science fiction convention held each year since 1939 ( except for the years 1942 to 1945, during World War II ).
Part of that 1900 article was reprinted in the February 1945 issue of Popular Science, describing how shaped-charge warheads worked.
* 1945 Popular Science article that at last revealed secrets of shaped charge weapons ; article also includes reprints of 1900 Popular Science drawings of Professor Munroe's experiments with crude shaped charges
British Science Fiction author Arthur C. Clarke disseminated the idea widely, with more details on how it would work, in a 1945 paper entitled " Extra-Terrestrial Relays — Can Rocket Stations Give Worldwide Radio Coverage?
" Blind Alley " was published before any of the novels ; written in 1944, it was accepted by John W. Campbell later that year and published in Astounding Science Fiction in March 1945.
Broida, eds., Reminiscences of Los Alamos 1943 – 1945 ( Studies in the History of Modern Science ), Springer, 1980, ISBN 90-277-1098-8.
* The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books, an academic journal founded in 1945 at the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
* Banning, C. " Food Shortage and Public Health, First Half of 1945 ," Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science Vol.