Scientific Governance in Britain, 1914-79

@inproceedings{Leggett2016ScientificGI,
  title={Scientific Governance in Britain, 1914-79},
  author={Don Leggett and C. Sleigh},
  year={2016}
}
Scientific governance in Britain, 1914-79 examines the connected histories of how science was governed, and used in governance, in twentieth-century Britain. During the middle portion of that century, British science grew dramatically in scale, reach and value. These changes were due in no small part to the two world wars and their associated effects, notably post-war reconstruction and the on-going Cold War. As the century went on, there were more scientists - requiring more money to fund… Expand
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