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APPENDIX B

Selected Bibliography

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Bordogna, Joseph. 2000.  “Visions for Engineering Education.”  Address to the IEEE Interdisciplinary Conference Electrical and Computer Engineering Education in the Third Millennium, September 11, 2000.

Broderick, Andrew. 2001.  “The Emergence of a Genomics Infrastructure.” SRI Business Intelligence Program BulletinD01-2341.

Bush, Vannevar.  1945.  Science – The Endless Frontier. A Report to the President on a Program for Postwar Scientific Research.  NSF 90-8.  Arlington, VA:  National Science Foundation.

Davey, Ken.  1996.  “The Infrastructure of Academic Research.” Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada Research File I (4).

European Commission.  2000. Annual Summary Report on the Coordination of Activities in Support of Research Infrastructures. Brussels, Belgium.

European Commission Conference on Research Infrastructures. 2000.  Commissioned Panel Reports. Strasbourg, Germany.  September 19-20, 2000.

Feller, Irwin. 2002.  “The NSF Budget: How Should We Determine Future Levels?”  Testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives, House Committee on Science, Subcommittee on Research.  March 13, 2002.  Washington, DC. 

Georghiou, Luke, et al.  2001.  “Benchmarking the Provision of Scientific Equipment.” Science and Public Policy.  August 2001.

Goldin, Dan.  2001.  Aerospace Daily. October 17, 2001.

Goldman, Charles A., and T. Williams.  2000.  Paying for University Research Facilities and Administration. MR-1135-1-OSTP.  Washington, DC:  RAND.

Harvard Information Infrastructure Project: http://ksgwww.harvard.edu/iip.

JM Consulting LTD.  2001.  Study of Science Research Infrastructure, A Report to the UK Office of Science and Technology.

Kondro, Wayne. 1999.  “Making Social Science Data More Useful.”  Science 286 (October 29).

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Langford, Cooper H. 2000.  “Evaluation of Rules for Access to Megascience Research Environments Viewed From Canadian Experience.” Elsevier (University of Calgary). Research Policy 29: 169-179.

Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.  2002.  NSF Report on Efficiency of Grant Size and Duration.

Morris, Jefferson.  2001.  NASA Considering Closing, Consolidating Centers As Part of Restructuring Effort.” Aerospace Daily, October 17, 2001.

Mowery, David C. and Rosenberg, Nathan.  1993.  “US National Innovation System” in National Innovation Systems: A Comparative Analysis ed. Richard R. Nelson.  Oxford University Press.

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National Academy of Science.  1999.  Funding a Revolution: Government Support for Computing Research. Washington, DC:  National Academy Press. 

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-----, Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences Commission. 1998.  Investing in Research Infrastructure in the Behavioral and Social Sciences.  National Academy Press, Washington, D.C. (http://bob.nap.edu/html/infrastructure).

-----, Committee on Infrastructure Innovation.  1987.  Infrastructure for the 21st Century: Framework for a Research Agenda.  National Academy Press, Washington, D.C. (http://books.nap.edu/catalog/798.html/ ).

-----, Committee on the Organization and Management of Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics.  2001.  US Astronomy and Astrophysics: Managing an Integrated Program. National Academy Press, Washington, D.C.

-----, National Information Infrastructure Steering Committee. 1998.  The Unpredictable Certainty: White Papers.  National Academy Press, Washington, D.C.

 (http://bob.nap.edu/html/whitepapers/ch-39.html).

-----, Space Studies Board. 1998.  Interim Assessment of Research and Data Analysis in NASA’s Office of Space Science, Appendix D: NASA/OSS Response. National Academy Press, Washington, D.C. http://www.nationalacademies.org/ssb/rda2000appendd.htm

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National Science and Technology Council.  1995.  Final Report on Academic Research Infrastructure:  A Federal Plan for Renewal. Washington, D.C.

-----, Biotechnology Research Subcommittee.  1995.  Biotechnology for the 21st Century: New Horizons., Chapter 6.  National Agricultural Library, Washington, D.C. (http://www.nal.usda.gov/bic/bio21/infrastr.html/).

National Science Board.  2000.  Environmental Science and Engineering for the 21st Century: The Role of the National Science Foundation. NSB-00-22.  Arlington, VA:  National Science Foundation.

----.  2001a.  Federal Research Resources: A Process for Setting Priorities. NSB-01-156.  Arlington, VA:  National Science Foundation.

-----.  2001b.  Toward a More Effective Role for the U.S. Government in International Science and Engineering.  NSB-01-187.  Arlington, VA:  National Science Foundation.

-----.  2002a.  Science and Engineering Indicators 2002. NSB-02-01.  Arlington, VA:  National Science Foundation.

-----.  2002b.  Statement on Guidelines for Setting Priority for Major Research Facilities. November 2002, NSB 02-191.

-----.  2002c.  The Scientific Allocation of Scientific Resources. NSB-01-39.  An interim report issued for public comment.

National Science Foundation.  2000a.  EU Conference on Research Infrastructures. NSF Europe Office Update, Strasbourg, September 18-20, 2000.  00-03.

-----.  2000b.  National Science Foundation, Celebrating 50 Years: Resource Guide 2000. NSF 00-87.  Arlington, VA:  National Science Foundation.

-----.  2002.  Facilities Funded Through the Major Research Equipment and Facilities Account.  A report to the U.S. Congress, February 2002.  Unpublished.

-----.  2003.  Revolutionizing Science and Engineering through Cyberinfrastructure.  Report of the Blue Ribbon NSF Advisory Panel on Cyberinfrastructure, February 2003. (http://www.communitytechnology.org/nsf_ci_report/)

-----.  2001.  Academic Science and Engineering R&D Expenditures:  Fiscal Year 1999, Detailed Statistical Tables.  NSF 01-329.  Arlington, VA:  National Science Foundation.

-----, Advisory Committee for Environmental Research and Education.  2003. Complex Environmental Systems: Synthesis for Earth, Like, and Society in the 21st Century

-----, Advisory Committee for the Directorate for Mathematical and Physical Sciences. 2000. Reinvestment Initiative in Science and Engineering (RISE).  Arlington, VA:  National Science Foundation. Unpublished document.

-----, Division of Policy Research and Analysis. 1987.  Infrastructure: The Capital Requirements for Academic Research.  PRA Report 87-3.

-----, Division of Science Resources Statistics.  2000.  Science and Engineering Research Facilities at Colleges and Universities, 1998.  NSF-01-301.  Arlington, VA:  National Science Foundation.

-----, Division of Science Resources Statistics. 2002.  Scientific and Engineering Research Facilities, 2001, Detailed Statistical Tables.  NSF 02-307.  Arlington, VA:  National Science Foundation.

-----, Division of Science Resources Studies.  1994.  Academic Research Instruments: Expenditures 1993, Needs 1994.  NSF-96-324.  Arlington, VA:  National Science Foundation.

-----, Division of Science Resources Studies. 1997.  SRS Data Brief: Total Stock of Academic Research Instruments Tops $6 Billion in 1993. 1997(6): June 6, 1997.  Arlington, VA.

National Science Foundation Act of 1950.  Public Law 81-507.

Nature.  2000.  “Europe Urged to Set Up Advisory Body on Research Infrastructure.” Nature 407 : 433-434.

Nobel e-Museum:  http://www.nobel.se.

OMB Circular No. A-11, Part 3: Planning, Budgeting and Acquisition of Capital Assets. (http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/circulars/a11/99toc.html).

Pitts, Nathaniel.  1995.  Final Report on Academic Research Infrastructure: A Federal Plan for Renewal. Washington, DC:  National Science and Technology Council. National Academy press. Washington, D.C.

President’s Information Technology Advisory Committee. February 1999.  Information Technology Research: Investing in Our Future. National Coordination Office for Information Technology Research and Development. (http://www.ccic.gov/ac/report/)

Rich, R.H.  1999.  The Role of the National Science Foundation in Supporting Advanced Network Infrastructure: Views of the Research Community.  Washington, DC:  American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Rippen, Helga.  2001.  “A Framework for the Information Technology Infrastructure for Bio-terrorism (Draft).”  December 7, 2001.  Washington, DC:  RAND Science and Technology Policy Institute.

Schmidt, P.   1998.  “A Building Boom for Public Colleges.” Chronicle of Higher Education. June 12, 1998:  A29-A30.

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Solow, Robert.  2002.   “Let’s Quantify the Humanities.” The Chronicle of Higher Education, April 19, 2002: B20.

The National Human Genome Research Institute: http://www.genome.gov.

The Space and Aeronomy Collaboratory (SPARC): http://www.windows.umich.edu/sparc.

UCLA Information Technology Retreat.  1999.  Information Technology and Research Overview. Los Angeles, CA:  University of California.

UK Office of Science and Technology.  2001.  Large Facilities Strategic Road Maphttp://www.ost.gov.uk/research/funding/lfroadmap/index.htm

U.S. Commission on National Security.  2001.  Road Map for National Security: Addendum on Structure and Process Analyses (Hart-Rudman report). Washington, DC.

U. S. Department of Energy, Office of Scientific and Technical Information. 2000. Workshop on a Future Information Infrastructure for the Physical Sciences. May 30-31, 2000. http://www.osti.gov/physicalsciences/

U.S. Department of Energy.  2001.  Infrastructure Frontier: A Quick Look Survey of the Office of Science Laboratory Infrastructure.  This report can be read on-line at http://www.er.doe.gov/production/er-80/er-82/labs21/.

U.S. General Accounting Office.  1998.  Best Practices: Elements Critical to Successfully Reducing Unneeded RDT&E Infrastructure. GAO/NSIAD/RCED-98-23.  Washington, DC

 



 

 

 

 
 
 

 

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