Impact scepticism

“Bad news for unpopular agenda as David Willetts calls for scientific literacy, not ‘utilitarian calculation’. The economic value of public investment in science is best demonstrated by the ability of a scientifically literate country to capitalise on advancements made around the world, according to the minister for science and universities …” (more)

[Paul Jump, Times Higher Education, 18 May]

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