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Invisible Connections: Instruments, Institutions, and Science
Editor(s): Robert Bud; Susan E. Cozzens
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Volume Number: 10309
Date Published: 1 June 1992
Softcover: 0 papers () pages

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Front Matter: Volume 10309
Author(s): Proceedings of SPIE
Introduction to Part I
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The social locus of scientific instruments
Author(s): Everett Mendelsohn
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Late Victorian metrology and its instrumentation: a manufactory of Ohms
Author(s): Simon Schaffer
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Rediscovering the instrument: research, industry, and education
Author(s): Yakov M. Rabkin
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Information in instrumentation
Author(s): C. N. M. Jansz
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Introduction to Part II
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Whatever happened to the string and sealing wax?
Author(s): Stuart Blume
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Scientific techniques and learning: laboratory "signatures" and the practice of oceanography
Author(s): Chandra Mukerji
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Mosaic array cameras in infrared astronomy
Author(s): David Edge
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Institutional problems surrounding the acquisition of detectors in high-energy physics at CERN in the early 1970s
Author(s): John Krige
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Introduction of laser techniques in turbulence and combustion domains: a case study on the impact of instrumentation on science
Author(s): Iskender Gökalp
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Development of high resolution NMR spectroscopy as a structural tool
Author(s): James Feeney
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Present and future applications of NMR to medicine and materials science
Author(s): Peter Morris
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Introduction to Part III
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Scientific instrumentation as an element of U.S. science policy: National Science Foundation support of chemistry instrumentation
Author(s): Jeffrey K. Stine
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The NSF surveys of academic research instrumentation and academic research facilities: a study in data collection and analysis and policy formulation
Author(s): Carlos Kruytbosch
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Equipment funding at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
Author(s): Yves-André Rocher
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Models of sophistication or instruments of decline? Quantifying the state of academic research equipment
Author(s): Luke Georghiou
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