On Being a Scientist in a Rapidly Changing World
Journal of Dental Research 1996 February; 75(2): 841-844
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Mandel, I.D. (1996-02)The practice of biological science has changed dramatically since mid-century, reshaped not only by a rapid series of landmark discoveries, but also by governmental directives, institutional policies, and public attitudes. ...
THE ISSUE OF HUMAN VALUES IN US-JAPAN RELATIONS: A RAPIDLY CHANGING REALITY AT THE OTHER SIDE OF THE PACIFIC Mejia, Alexander A. (Georgetown University, 2012)The bilateral relation between the US and Japan during the second half of the past century was managed in unorthodox and symbiotic ways, after being conceived in a unique setting at the end of World War II. After the boom ...