That's the way the money goes

Motluk, Alison
March 1996
New Scientist;3/30/96, Vol. 149 Issue 2023, p9
Reports on Great Britain's Department of Trade and Industry's publication of a survey of science research links between industry and universities. Impact of the investment in science on the collaboration between the two sectors; Total expenses of science research.


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