Only just noticed this one, a review piece on the importance of understanding science scientifically, but science journalist, Phillip Ball.
Friday, 17 February 2017
Sunday, 29 January 2017
A special issue of Scientometrics on "Simulating the processes of science, technology, and innovation"
The special issue edited by Katy Börner, Bruce Edmonds, Staša Milojević & Andrea Scharnhorst of Scientometrics on "Simulating the processes of science, technology, and innovation" is now out.It is in Volume 110, Issue 1, January 2017 at: http://link.springer.com/journal/11192/110/1?wt_mc= and includes:
- An Editorial by Katy Börner, Bruce Edmonds, Staša Milojević & Andrea Scharnhorst
- "Agent-based simulation for science, technology, and innovation policy" by Petra Ahrweiler
- "Creating impact in the digital space: digital practice dependency in communities of digital scientific innovations" by Sabine Brunswicker, Sorin Adam Matei, Michael Zentner, Lynn Zentner & Gerhard Klimeck
- "Mapping technology space by normalizing patent networks" by Jeff Alstott, Giorgio Triulzi, Bowen Yan & Jianxi Luo
- "What’s wrong with Science?" by David Chavalarias
- "Towards the discovery of scientific revolutions in scientometric data" by Rogier De Langhe
- "An efficient system to fund science: from proposal review to peer-to-peer distributions" by Johan Bollen, David Crandall, Damion Junk, Ying Ding & Katy Börner