SRA Journal

Articles from Vol. 25, No. 4, Spring

Access to Research Information Using Integrated Technologies
Setting The model was designed for Baylor College of Medicine, a private, free standing medical school with research expenditures exceeding $160 million per year. Over 1,200 Baylor College of Medicine full-time faculty are located throughout the Texas...
Budgeting for International Projects: In-Country Business Operations and Long-Term Residential Assignments
Introduction This paper is geared toward those called upon to provide new services to faculty that are beginning to do more work for international organizations. It is hoped that professional administrators, principal investigators, and project directors...
Demise of the Superconducting Super Collider
I was invited to provide this brief commentary about the federal government's decision in October 1993 to discontinue construction of the Superconducting Super Collider, a particle accelerator of unsurpassed power, size, and sophistication. The collider,...
Patent Policies of 65 Educational Institutions: A Comparison
Introduction In the 1970s, U.S. research universities began a heavy commitment to the transfer of technology to industry. Events of the 1980s, from the "promise of biotechnology" to the promulgation of new patent law and increased federal involvement,...

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