Over the last century and a half, wireless communication has continued to evolve, enabling mobile phones, widespread sensors, global positioning systems and the development of a digitally-connected world.
How We Changed the Way the U.S. Government Commercializes Science: Errol Arkilic -- Part 1 of Episode 6 on Sirius XM Channel 111
In my interview with Errol, we discussed the origins of the National Science Foundation Innovation Corps (I-Corps), how and why it was created, and how it changed the way the government commercializes scientific research.
I forecast that both string and quantum gravity theories will be dead by 2017.
For us Americans, it is unthinkable for General Motors to investigate gravity modification, and here was Honda in the 1990s, at that, researching this topic.
Rand Paul knows that if he can get voters to resent scientific research as much as they resent minorities and poor people, then he and his fellow Republicans will be free to ignore inconvenient facts about climate change, population trends, and other data that goes against the Republican agenda.
Up until now there was no formal way to replicate the skills of the educators who successfully evangelized their new concepts
France A. Córdova is the director of the National Science Foundation (NSF), which is responsible for advancing scientific
Lessons Learned There needs to be a separate, parallel path to validate the commercial hypotheses The answers to commercialization
The Obama administration and the scientific community at large are expressing serious alarm at a House Republican bill that they argue would dramatically undermine way research is conducted in America.
But Smith's line of argument has worked before. In 2013, Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) pushed an amendment requiring that NSF