Angela N H Creager

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The American Council on Education, founded in 1918, is a council of educational organizations and institutions. Its purpose is to advance education and educational methods through compre­ hensive voluntary and cooperative action on the part of American educational associations, organizations, and institutions. The Council's Office of Research was(More)
Abir-Am, Pnina. " The discourse of physical power and biological knowledge in the 1930's: A reappraisal of the Rockefeller Foundation's 'Policy' in Molecular Biology. Physics and the emergence of molecular biology: A history of cognitive and political synergy. and Beyond: the political economy of patenting life. " Thackray, Arnold, ed. Private science :(More)
Science serves as a forum for discussion of important issues related to the advancement of science by publishing material on which a consensus has been reached as well as including the presentation of minority of conflicting points of view. Accordingly, all articles published in Science—including editorials, news and comment, and books reviews—are signed(More)
All discussion of important issues related to the advancement of science, including the presentation of minority or conflicting points of view, rather than by publishing only material on which a consensus has been reached. Accordingly, all articles published in Science—including editorials, news and comment, and book reviews—are signed and reflect the(More)
In 1953 virologist John Enders stood before the American Association of Immunologists and began his talk, Tissue Cultures in the Study of Immunity " : Retrospection and Anticipation, with an apology. " To construct a presidential address around a technique, " he said, " might perhaps be taken as indicative of infertility of mind and limited imagination. "(More)
  • Socgen, Christopher M Kelty, bullet Franklin, Celia Sarah, Roberts, bullet Lakoff +8 others
  • 2009
Introduction This is an advanced class investigating current trends in social and historical studies of science and technology in society. The course covers a wide array of topics, fields and periods but the thread that ties them all together is a focus on method. How does one approach complex scientific and technical objects, fields and processes with the(More)
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