Appendix A

SciSIP Principal Investigators’ Conference
September 20-21, 2012
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The National Academy of Sciences
2101 Constitution Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20418
Agenda

The two-day conference will facilitate scholarly exchanges between SciSIP principal investigators (PIs) and is intended to be the largest gathering of SciSIP principal investigators since the program’s inception in 2006. Plenary sessions will feature path-breaking research by PIs, and presentations by prominent policymakers and researchers from the natural sciences and engineering (the activities which the PIs study); concurrent sessions will facilitate discussions among PIs on specific SciSIP research themes and methods. Poster and demonstration sessions will also provide opportunities for dialog between practitioners and researchers.

Topics to be addressed at the event will highlight advances in the emerging SciSIP field, including models, frameworks, tools, and datasets comprising the evidentiary basis for science and innovation policy. Presentations by SciSIP researchers will focus on several themes, such as: (1) Implementing Science Policy (includes the politics of science policy); (2) Scientific Discovery Processes; (3) Human Capital; (4) Organizations, Institutions, and Networks; (5) Innovation; (6) Data Extraction and Measurement; (7) Mapping Science; and (8) Assessment and Program Evaluation.



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Appendix A SciSIP Principal Investigators’ Conference September 20-21, 2012 2101 Constitution Avenue, NW ~~~~~~~~~~~ The National Academy of Sciences Washington, DC 20418 Agenda The two-day conference will facilitate scholarly exchanges between SciSIP principal investigators (PIs) and is intended to be the largest gathering of SciSIP principal investigators since the program’s inception in 2006. Plenary sessions will feature path- breaking research by PIs, and presentations by prominent policymakers and researchers from the natural sciences and engineering (the activities which the PIs study); concurrent sessions will facilitate discussions among PIs on specific SciSIP research themes and methods. Poster and demonstration sessions will also provide opportunities for dialog between practitioners and researchers. Topics to be addressed at the event will highlight advances in the emerging SciSIP field, including models, frameworks, tools, and datasets comprising the evidentiary basis for science and innovation policy. Presentations by SciSIP researchers will focus on several themes, such as: (1) Implementing Science Policy (includes the politics of science policy); (2) Scientific Discovery Processes; (3) Human Capital; (4) Organizations, Institutions, and Networks; (5) Innovation; (6) Data Extraction and Measurement; (7) Mapping Science; and (8) Assessment and Program Evaluation. 89

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90 APPENDIX A DAY 1: Thursday, September 20, 2012, 8:45 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. 8:00–8:45 a.m. Registration (Main lobby entrance) Breakfast available (Great Hall) Poster Session Setup (West Court) ~ Chair: Irwin Feller (Steering Committee Chair) 8:45–9:10 a.m. Welcome and Opening Remarks (Auditorium) Charles M. Vest (President, National Academy of Engineering) ~ Speakers: Constance F. Citro (Director, Committee of National Statistics) Myron P. Gutmann (National Science Foundation) 9:10–10:00 a.m. ROUNDTABLE: Science and Innovation ~ Moderator: Al Teich (George Washington University) Policymakers (Auditorium) ~ Discussants: Sharon L. Hays (Computer Sciences Corporation) Thomas Kalil (Office of Science and Technology Policy) Joel Scheraga (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency) William Colglazier (U.S. Department of State) ~ Chair: Marie Thursby (Steering Committee Member) 10:00–11:00 a.m. Plenary (Auditorium) ~ Presenters: Erica Fuchs (Carnegie Mellon University); On the Relationship Between Jason Owen-Smith (University of Michigan); Selection, Access, and Use of Human Manufacturing and Innovation: Why Not All Technologies Are Created Equal Chris Schunn (University of Pittsburgh); Optimizing Example Distance to Stem Cell Research Methods Improve Engineering Ideation 11:00–11:30 a.m. Half-hour Break Poster Session Presentations (West Court) Refreshments available (Great Hall)

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SCIENCE OF SCIENCE AND INNOVATION POLICY 91 11:30–12:45 p.m. Concurrent Sessions A ~ Chair: Laurel Smith-Doerr (Steering Committee Member) I. Implementing Science Policy (Conference Room 120) ~ Presenters: Bruce Weinberg (Ohio State University) and Subhra Saha (Cleveland State University); Estimating the Local Economic Spillovers from Science Scott Stern (Massachusetts Institute of Technology); Exploring the Possibility, Jerry Thursby (Georgia Institute of Technology); Communication, Collaboration, Utility, and Meaning of Lab-based Socio-technical Collaborations Mathew Higgins (Georgia Institute of Technology); Killing the Golden Goose: and Competition in Scientific Research Accelerated Generic Entry and the Incentives for High-Risk Pharmaceutical R&D ~ Chair: Chris Schunn (University of Pittsburg) II. Scientific Discovery Processes (Conference Room 125) ~ Presenters: Susannah Paletz (University of Pittsburgh); Unpacking Social and Cognitive Erik Fisher (Arizona State University); Exploring the Possibility, Utility, and Processes in Science and Engineering Team Innovation Gary Bradshaw (Mississippi State University); Science, the Little Bang, and Meaning of Lab-based Socio-technical Collaborations Jan Youtie (Georgia Institute of Technology); Career-based Influences on Edison Scientific Recognition in the United States and Europe: Longitudinal Evidence from Curriculum Vitae Data ~ Chair: Laure Haak (ORCID) III. Human Capital (Members Room) ~ Presenters: Richard Freeman (Harvard University), Wei Huang (coauthor); Collaborating Rajshree Agarwal-Tronetti (University of Maryland) and Jay Kesan With People Like Me: Study of Ethnic Composition of Scientific Teams in U.S. (University of Illinois); Academia or Industry, Basic or Applied? Career Choices Eric Stuen (University of Idaho); Skilled Immigration and Innovation: Evidence and Earnings Trajectories of Scientists Megan MacGarvie (Boston University); Do Return Requirements Increase from Enrolment Fluctuations in U.S. Doctoral Programmes International Knowledge Diffusion? Evidence from the Fulbright Program

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92 APPENDIX A 12:45–2:15 p.m. Networking Lunch (Great Hall) ~ Poster presentations by: Margaret Clements; Sandy Dall’erba; Leslie Poster Session Presentations (West Court) DeChurch; James Evans; Bill Hadden; Jerry Hage; Myiah Hutchens, Alan Tomkins, and Lisa PytlikZillik; Luciano Kay; Martin Kenney; Anne Marie Knott; Greg Nemet; Bill Ribarsky, Wenwen Dou, and Yang Chen; Kenneth Simons; Laurel Smith-Doerr; Eric Stuen; Griffin Weber; Catherine Weinberger; Yilu Zhou; Nick Zolas SciSIP Program Research Visualization (West Court) ~ Chair: Greg Feist (Steering Committee Member) Demonstrations of Datasets and Tools (Auditorium) ~ Presenters: 1:15 – 1:45 p.m. Lee Giles (Pennsylvania State University) 1:45 – 2:15 p.m. Lee Fleming (University of California, Berkeley) 2:15–3:10 p.m. ROUNDTABLE: Natural Scientists and Engineers ~ Moderator: Jim Turner (Steering Committee Member) (Auditorium) ~ Speakers: M-H. Carolyn Nguyen (Microsoft Corporation) Elizabeth Wilder (National Institutes of Health) Jason Boehm (National Institute of Standards and Technology) 3:10–3:30 p.m. Twenty-minute Break Poster Session Presentations (West Court) Refreshments available (Great Hall) 3:30–4:45 p.m. Concurrent Sessions B ~ Chair: Erin Leahey (University of Arizona) IV. Organizations, Institutions, and Networks (Conference Room 125) ~ Presenters: Susan Cozzens (Georgia Institute of Technology); U.S. Researchers in Kimberly TallBear (University of California, Berkeley); Constituting Knowledge International Collaborations Jerald Hage (University of Maryland); Organizational Size and Its Discontents in Across Cultures of Expertise and Tradition: Indigenous Bio-scientists Ping Wang (University of Maryland); Community Ecology for Information Public Research Laboratories Technology Innovation

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SCIENCE OF SCIENCE AND INNOVATION POLICY 93 ~ Chair: Ben Martin (Steering Committee Member) V. Innovation (Conference Room 120) ~ Presenters: Lisa Cook (Michigan State University); Are Patent Rights Needed for Invention and Innovation? Evidence from Soviet Experiments with the Market and Invention, Mark (Zak) Taylor (Georgia Institute of Technology); Does Culture Matter for 1959 to 1991 Bill Ribarsky (University of North Carolina at Charlotte); Analyzing the Impact National Innovation Rates of Science Funding Programs on the Evolution of Research Fields ~ Chair: Bill Valdez (Department of Energy) VI. Data Extraction and Measurement (Members Room) ~ Presenters: Alan Porter (Georgia Institute of Technology) and Ismael Rafols (Georgia Institute of Technology); Interdisciplinarity: Its Bibliometric Evaluation and Its Tim Sturgeon (Massachusetts Institute of Technology); Survey of U.S. Firms on Influence in Research Outputs Iain Cockburn (Boston University); Feasibility of a Quality-adjusted Price Index Their Global Value Chains and Domestic Jobs for Clinical Trials Research Daniel Sarewitz (Arizona State University); Extracting and Assessing the Public Values of Science and Innovation Policies 4:45–5:00 p.m. Fifteen-minute Transition Break Irwin Feller (Steering Committee Chair) 5:00–5:30 p.m. Wrap Up (Auditorium) 5:30–5:45 p.m. Fifteen-minute Transition Break 5:45–7:30 p.m. Dinner; Buffet in the Great Hall 7:30 p.m. Planned Adjournment

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94 APPENDIX A DAY 2: Friday, September 21, 2012, 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. 8:00–9:00 a.m. Registration (Main lobby entrance) Breakfast available (Great Hall) Poster Session Setup (West Court) 9:00–10:00 a.m. Plenary: Measuring the Results of Science Investments ~ Chair: David Hart (George Mason University) (Auditorium) ~ Presenters: Julia Lane (American Institutes for Research); Big Data, Science Metrics, and the Black Box of Science Policy Asako Okamura (Japan Science and Technology Agency); Towards the development of Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy: Challenges in Japan 10:00–10:30 a.m. Half-hour Break Refreshments available (Great Hall) Poster Session Presentations (West Court) 10:30–11:45 p.m. Concurrent Sessions C ~ Chair: John King (U.S. Department of Agriculture) VII. Mapping Science (Conference Room 125) ~ Presenters: Zhen Lei (Pennsylvania State University); Mapping Academic Patents to Papers Noah Feinstein (University of Wisconsin-Madison); Who and When is Private? Leah Nichols (National Science Foundation); Applications of the NSF Portfolio Exploring the Edges of Public-ness at an Interdisciplinary Research Institute David Newman (University of California, Irvine); Using Topic Models to Measure Explorer: A Topic Model Approach to Portfolio Assessment Interdisciplinarity of Research Projects ~ Chair: David Goldston (Natural Resource Defense Council) VIII. Assessment and Program Evaluation (Members Room) ~ Presenters: Amy Pienta (University of Michigan); The Role of PI and Institutional Catherine Eckel (Texas A&M University); Energy Policy for the Poor: An Characteristics in Shaping Data Sharing Behavior Assessment of Subsidized Weatherization Programs to Reduce Residential Energy Jeff Furman (Boston University); Retractions and Scientific Communities Usage

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SCIENCE OF SCIENCE AND INNOVATION POLICY 95 Chair: Ben Martin (Steering Committee Member) IX. Innovation (Conference Room 120) ~ Presenters: Maryann Feldman (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill); Accelerating Ryan Lampe (DePaul University); Do Patent Pools Encourage Innovation? Innovation: Venture Philanthropy as a New Research Funding Model Evidence from 20 Industries under the New Deal Meg Blume-Kohout (University of New Mexico), Krishna Kumar and Neeraj Sood (coauthors); Effects of Changes in Federal Funding on Academic R&D in the Biomedical Sciences 11:45–12:00 p.m. Fifteen-minute Transition Break Jim Turner (Steering Committee Member); The Policy Relevance of SciSIP Output 12:00–12:30 p.m. Capstone Session (Auditorium) - Scientific Merit vs. Political Merit Working lunch in Great Hall 12:30–2:00 p.m. Lunch 2:00 p.m. Planned Adjournment

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96 APPENDIX A PARTICIPANT LIST60 Rajshree Agarwal-Tronetti, Department of Management and Organization, University of Maryland Jeff Alexander, Center for Science, Technology, and Economic Development, SRI International Gary Anderson, Office of the Director, National Institute of Standards and Technology Charlotte Baer, National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture Denise Baer, Boston University Washington Center Daniel Basco, Science and Technology Policy Institute, Institute for Defense Analyses Robert Bell, National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, National Science Foundation Chris Belter, Central Library, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Meg Blume-Kohout, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Center for Health Policy, University of New Mexico Jason Boehm, National Institute of Standards and Technology Kimber Bogard, Board on Children, Youth, and Families, Institute of Medicine & National Research Council Kevin Boyack, SciTech Strategies, Inc. Gary Bradshaw, Department of Psychology, Mississippi State University Philipp Brandt, Department of Sociology, Columbia University Liza Bundesen, Office of Science Policy, Planning, and Communications, National Institute of Mental Health Christine Burgess, American Association for the Advancement of Science David Cabrera, Office of Science Management and Reporting, National Institutes of Health Lara Campbell, CUBRC Center for International Science and Technology Advancement Stephen Campbell, National Institute of Standards and Technology Elias Carayannis, Department of Information Systems and Technology Management, George Washington University Steve Ceulemans, Mirzayan Science and Technology Policy Fellow, The National Academies Richard-Duane Chambers, Mirzayan Science and Technology Policy Fellow, Committee on Science, Engineering, and Public Policy, The National Academies Sandra Chapman, AAAS Fellow, National Science Foundation Directorate for Engineering Yang Chen, Department of Computer Science, University of North Carolina at Charlotte Patrick Christie, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs and Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington Constance Citro, Committee on National Statistics, The National Academies Margaret Clements, Visiting Scholar, School of Library and Information Science, Indiana University 60Affiliations are as of the time of the workshop.

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SCIENCE OF SCIENCE AND INNOVATION POLICY 97 Jeffrey Clovis, Customer Education & Sales Support, Scientific & Scholarly Research, Thomson Reuters Iain Cockburn, Boston University School of Management Morris Cohen, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania E. William Colglazier, Science and Technology Adviser to the Secretary of State, U.S. Department of State Lisa Cook, Department of Economics, Michigan State University Susan Cozzens, Technology Policy and Assessment Center, Georgia Institute of Technology Jennifer Croissant, Department of Gender and Women’s Studies, Arizona State University David Croson, Directorate for Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences, National Science Foundation Kristin Culp, Thomson Reuters Maria Dahlberg, Committee on Science, Engineering, and Public Policy, The National Academies Sandy Dall’erba, School of Geography and Development, University of Arizona Alva Daniels, National Center for Environmental Research, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Jessie DeAro, Division of Human Resource Development, National Science Foundation Leslie DeChurch, School of Psychology, Georgia Institute of Technology Waverly Ding, Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland Henry Doan, Office of the Director, National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture Sara Dobson, Office of Science Management and Reporting, National Institutes of Health David Doolin, College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley Wenwen Dou, Charlotte Visualization Center, University of North Carolina at Charlotte Sharon Drumm, Office of National Programs, Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture Catherine Eckel, Department of Economics, Texas A&M University Charles Enslin, Technology Solutions IP and Science, Thomson Reuters James Evans, Department of Sociology, University of Chicago Kay Faith, Doctoral Fellow, Pardee RAND Graduate School Kevin Finneran, Committee on Science, Engineering, and Public Policy, The National Academies Kaye Husbands Fealing, Committee on National Statistics, The National Academies Noah Feinstein, Departments of Curriculum & Instruction and Community & Environmental Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison Greg Feist, Department of Psychology, San José State University Maryann Feldman, Department of Public Policy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Irwin Feller¸ American Association for the Advancement of Science and Pennsylvania State University Ana Ferreras, Division of Policy and Global Affairs, The National Academies Mark Fiegener, National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, National Science Foundation Erik Fisher, School of Politics and Global Studies, Arizona State University

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98 APPENDIX A Lee Fleming, Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley Richard Freeman, Department of Economics, Harvard University Christina Freyman, Center for Science, Technology, and Economic Development, SRI International Erica Fuchs, Department of Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University Jeffrey Furman, School of Management, Boston University James Garcia, National Defense University, Washington, DC Lee Giles, College of Information Sciences and Technology, Pennsylvania State University Michelle Gittelman, Management and Global Business, Rutgers Business School David Goldston, Government Affairs, National Resource Defense Council Shannon Griswold, Office of the Assistant Director, Engineering Directorate, National Science Foundation Myron Gutmann, Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences Directorate, National Science Foundation Laure Haak, Executive Director, ORCID Bill Hadden, Center for Innovation, University of Maryland Jerry Hage, Center for Innovation, University of Maryland Katherine Hale, National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, National Science Foundation Kara Hall, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health Dianne Hannemann, Office of Science Policy, Office of the Director, National Institutes of Health David Hart, School of Public Policy at George Mason University Sharon Hays, Office of Science and Engineering, Computer Sciences Corporation Joseph Heppert, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research & Graduate Studies, University of Kansas Matthew Higgins, Scheller College of Business, Georgia Institute of Technology Richard Hung, U.S. Government Accountability Office Alan Hurd, Office of the Science and Technology Adviser to the Secretary, Department of State Myiah Hutchens, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, University of Arizona John Jankowski, National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, National Science Foundation Brian Kahin, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Thomas Kalil, Deputy Director for Policy, Office of Science and Technology Policy Amy Kaminski, Office of the Chief Scientist, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Nirmala Kannankutty, National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, National Science Foundation Fumiyo Kaneko, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Luciano Kay, Center for Nanotechnology in Society, University of California, Santa Barbara Kathryn Keeton, Science, Technology, and Engineering Group, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Martin Kenney, Department of Human and Community Development, University of California, Davis

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SCIENCE OF SCIENCE AND INNOVATION POLICY 99 Jay Kesan, Program in Intellectual Property & Technology Law, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Heather Kimmel, Science & Technology Policy Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science John King, Office of the Chief Scientist, U.S. Department of Agriculture Anne Marie Knott, Olin Business School, Washington University in St. Louis Hirokazu Koi, Center for Research and Development Strategy, Japan Science and Technology Agency Kei Koizumi, Office of Science and Technology Policy Kristen Koopman, Science and Technology Policy Institute, Institute for Defense Analyses Jonathan Kramer, Maryland Sea Grant, University of Maryland Ron Lai, Department of Computer Science, University of Chicago Ryan Lampe, Driehaus College of Business, DePaul University Joseph Lane, School of Public Health and Health Professions, University at Buffalo Julia Lane, Senior Managing Economist, American Institutes for Research Erin Leahey, Department of Sociology, University of Arizona Israel Lederhendler, Office of the Director, National Institutes of Health Zhen Lei, Department of Energy and Mineral Engineering, Penn State University Joanna Lewis, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University Jennifer Lewis-Gallagher, Thomson Reuters Megan MacGarvie, Boston University School of Management Anthony Mann, Committee on National Statistics, The National Academies Stephen Marcus, National Institute of General Medical Sciences, National Institutes of Health Ben Martin, Science and Technology Policy Research, University of Sussex Kate Maxwell, Research and Policy, Kauffman Foundation Steve Merrill, Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy, The National Academies Dorothy Miller, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Julia Milton, Consortium of Social Science Associations Thema Monroe-White, Georgia Institute of Technology Francisco Moris, National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, National Science Foundation James Morris-King, Computer Science, Auburn University Peter Muhlberger, Texas Tech University Steve Nelson, Science and Policy Programs, American Association for the Advancement of Science Gregory Nemet, La Follette School of Public Affairs and Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison David Newman, Computer Science, University of California, Irvine Leah Nichols, Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences Directorate, National Science Foundation Carolyn Nguyen, Technology Policy Group, Microsoft Corporation Alexander Oetti, Scheller College of Business, Georgia Institute of Technology Asako Okamura, Center for Research and Development Strategy, Japan Science and Technology Agency

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100 APPENDIX A Jason Owen-Smith, Department of Sociology and Organizational Studies Program, University of Michigan Ozgur Ozmen, Industrial and Systems Engineering, Auburn University Susannah Paletz, Learning Research and Development Center at the University of Pittsburgh Gordon Phillips, Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California Amy Pienta, Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research, University of Michigan Alan Porter, Technology Policy & Assessment Center, Georgia Institute of Technology Lisa PytlikZillig, Public Policy Center, University of Nebraska David Rabson, College of Arts and Sciences, University of South Florida Ismael Rafols, School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology Steve Ramberg, Center for Technology & National Security Policy, National Defense University (NDU) Andrew Reamer, GW Institute of Public Policy, The George Washington University Angela Records, Eversole Associates Andrew Reynolds, U.S. Department of State Bill Ribarsky, College of Computing and Informatics, University of North Carolina at Charlotte Emilda Rivers, National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, National Science Foundation Michael Roach, Kenan-Flagler Business School, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Carol Robbins, Analysis and Special Studies Branch, Bureau of Economic Analysis Joshua Rosenbloom, Associate Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Studies, Rebecca Rosen University of Kansas Philip Rubin, Haskins Laboratories, Yale University Subhra Saha, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, Cleveland State University Daniel Sarewitz, Global Institute of Sustainability, Arizona State University Joel Scheraga, Senior Advisor for Climate Adaptation, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Joshua Schnell, Analytics, Thomson Reuters Christian Schunn, Learning Research and Development Center, University of Pittsburgh Elaine Sedenberg, IDA Science and Technology Policy Institute Stephanie Shipp, IDA Science and Technology Policy Institute Mya Sjogren, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Howard Silver, Executive Director, Consortium of Social Science Associations Kenneth Simons, Department of Economics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Laurel Smith-Doerr, Department of Sociology, Boston University Stacey Standridge, National Nanotechnology Coordination Office Scott Stern, Sloan School, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Miron Straf, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, The National Academies Eric Stuen, Department of Business, University of Idaho Tim Sturgeon, Industrial Performance Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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SCIENCE OF SCIENCE AND INNOVATION POLICY 101 Jia Sun, University of Maryland Zoe Szajnfarber, Engineering Management and Systems Engineering, George Washington University Kim TallBear, Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, University of California, Berkeley Mark Taylor, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, Georgia Institute of Technology Albert Teich, Center for International Science and Technology Policy, George Washington University Alex Thompson, Environment, Science, and Innovation Group, Ministry of Business, Innovation, & Employment, New Zealand Bonnie Thompson, Office of International Science and Engineering, National Science Foundation Jerry Thursby, Strategic Management Faculty, Georgia Institute of Technology Marie Thursby, Scheller College of Business, Georgia Institute of Technology Alan Tomkins, Public Policy Center, University of Nebraska Andrew Toole, Economic Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture Vetle Torvik, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Jeff Tsao, Distinguished Member of Technical Staff, Sandia National Laboratories Jim Turner, Association of Public and Land-grant Universities Eskil Ullberg, George Mason University Pavel Vaclavek, Control Board of TACR, Central European Institute of Technology Bill Valdez, Office of Economic Impact and Diversity, U.S. Department of Energy Walter Valdivia, Center for Technology Innovation Governance Studies, The Brookings Institution Charles Vest, President, National Academy of Engineering John Veysey, National Science Board Office, National Science Foundation Matt Wallace, Science & Technology Branch, Environment Canada Ping Wang, College of Information Studies, University of Maryland Griffin Weber, Harvard Medical School Bruce Weinberg, Department of Economics, Ohio State University Catherine Weinberger, Department of Economics, University of California, Santa Barbara Josh Whitford, Department of Sociology, Columbia University Brad Wible, Senior Editor, Science Elizabeth Wilder, Division of Strategic Coordination, Office of Portfolio Analysis and Strategic Initiatives, National Institutes of Health Sharon Williams, Office of Science Management and Reporting, National Institutes of Health Susan Winter, Office of Cyberinfrastructure, National Science Foundation Levent Yilmaz, Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, Auburn University Jan Youtie, Enterprise Innovation Institute, Georgia Institute of Technology Ting Zhang, Jacob France Institute, University of Baltimore Yilu Zhou, Department of Information Systems and Technology Management, George Washington University Mark Zito, Office of Budget and Program Analysis, U.S. Department of Agriculture Nick Zolas, U.S. Census Bureau

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