RTTA 1: Research & Innovation Systems Analysis

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The goal of RTTA 1 is to characterize the technical scope and dynamics of the Nanoscale Science and Engineering (NSE) enterprise and the how NSE affects a variety of public values and outcomes.

RTTA 1 is split into two parts:

Recent Publications from RTTA 1

Fisher, Erik and Genevieve Maricle. In press. "Higher-level Responsiveness? Socio-Technical Integration within U.S. and U.K. Nanotechnology Research Priority Setting." Science and Public Policy.
Arora, Sanjay, Jan Youtie, Yin Li and Philip Shapira. 2015. "Using the Wayback Machine to Mine Websites in the Social Sciences: A Methodological Resource." Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology.
Fisher, Erik. March 20-21, 2015. "Reflections on Responsible Innovation, Training, and Institutional Capacity Building." Presentation. Invited Presentation. Can Innovators Be Made? A Dialogue on the Past, Present, and Future of Innovation Expertise. Washington, DC.