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by Frieder Meyer-Krahmer,Wilhelm Krull

eBook Science and Technology in Germany (Guides to World Science  Technology) ePub
Author: Frieder Meyer-Krahmer,Wilhelm Krull
Language: English
ISBN: 1860671462
ISBN13: 978-1860671463
Publisher: John Harper Publishing; 2nd edition (October 25, 1996)
Pages: 320
Category: Politics & Government
Subcategory: Social Sciences
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by Frieder Meyer-Krahmer. This volume was originally published in hardback in the "Cartermill Guides to Science and Technology" series (ISBN A detailed critical assessment of Germany's science and technology infrastructure

by Frieder Meyer-Krahmer. This volume was originally published in hardback in the "Cartermill Guides to Science and Technology" series (ISBN A detailed critical assessment of Germany's science and technology infrastructure. This volume was originally published in hardback in the "Cartermill Guides to Science and Technology" series (ISBN 1-86067-146-2).

Frieder Meyer-Krahmer, Wilhelm Krull. A detailed critical assessment of Germany's science and technology infrastructure.

Science and technology in Germany. W. Krull, F. Meyer-Krahmer. Combining information on official and corporate bodies an. More).

German inventors and discoverers. German inventions and discoveries. Technology during World War II. Notes.

Science has always had a high priority in Germany

Science has always had a high priority in Germany. History of science in Germany. This Humboldtian model still guides higher education in Germany to this day and has also had an impact on higher education abroad. In 1911, the Kaiser Wilhelm Society was founded as an umbrella organisation dedicated to the advancement of fundamental sciences.

Only limited number of scientific and engineering fields appear in this book.

Germany and its scientific literature from the early 19th century through the beginning of World War II were very important for the development of science throughout the world.

Using data from a regional innovation survey carried out in Germany, w. .

Before World War II, Germany had generated more Nobel laureates in scientific fields than any other nation. It compelled as best country in the natural sciences.

The Internet and social media receive increased attention.

This edition has been revised and updated to provide a comprehensive and practical guide to science and technology policy in Germany. Combining information on official and corporate bodies and research organizations with analysis of trends, this text includes recent developments in the country, reviewing science and technology in the light of changes made since reunification. The book's coverage includes analysis of the integration of former East and West German policies and systems, an introduction to and overview of the current science, technology and research landscape, and comment on changing priorities in funding and research activity.
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