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    Volume 19, Issue 2 (March 1991)

    Science and Engineering Indicators—1989


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    Every two years the National Science Board, part of the National Science Foundation, publishes a comprehensive report containing data on the state of American science and engineering with respect to its global counterpart. This report, “Science and Engineering Indicators—1989,” is the latest edition of a widely used resource in government, industry, and academia citing trends in worldwide interest in science and engineering and the relative ranking of the United States in R&D. The report also states the strengths and weaknesses of American science and technology and gives recommendations for action.

    Author Information:

    Strauss, BM
    Teledyne Engineering Services, Walthan, MA

    Stock #: JTE12551J

    ISSN: 0090-3973

    DOI: 10.1520/JTE12551J

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    Title Science and Engineering Indicators—1989
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    Committee C09D04D07D18E07E08E28F01F16