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Responsible innovation across borders: tensions, paradoxes and possibilities
In March 2014 a group of early career researchers and academics from Sao Paulo state and from the UK met at the University of Campinas to participate in a workshop on ‘Responsible Innovation and theExpand
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Science and Technology in Latin America and the Caribbean: An Overview
This paper presents and analyses a series of indicators of the state of S&T in Latin America and the Caribbean. In doing so it compares LAC countries among themselves as well as with theExpand
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Knowledge Frontiers: Public Sector Research and Industrial Innovation in Biotechnology, Engineering Ceramics, and Parallel Computing
Fostering interaction between industry and academic and government laboratories is widely seen as an important means of facilitating growth and innovation in the technology-based industries.Expand
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Research Capacity Building for Development: From Old to New Assumptions
This article departs from the idea that modalities of support from the North to research capacity development in the South rest upon particular assumptions concerning knowledge production andExpand
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SCIENTIFIC COLLABORATION OF ADVANCED/DEVELOPING COUNTRIES IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES: THE CASE OF THE MARACA RAIN FOREST PROJECT ( 1 )
The research reported here makes the assumption that collaboration projects on biological diversity in rain forest involving advanced and developing countries are necessary. However, they have to beExpand
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Publication and Citation Practices of Brazilian Agricultural Scientists
The formal communication system of agricultural scientists working at two major teaching and research centres in Brazil is investigated with an eye on formulating policies to improve it. To avoid theExpand
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S&T institutions in Latin America and the Caribbean: an overview
Latin America and the Caribbean countries have not been able to build virtuous links among the various relevant social actors involved in S&T production and use. There are problems both on the supplyExpand
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Building social science research capacity in Bolivia: an institutional innovation
This paper analyses an innovative form of North–South cooperation – specifically between the Ministry of Development Cooperation of the Netherlands and Bolivia – to strengthen research capacity inExpand
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Scientific collaboration of the Mercosur countries as an indicator of Latin American regional activity
This study investigated the trends in international scientific collaboration of the four Mercosur countries — Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay — both among themselves and with other partners,Expand
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