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A 100th birthday wish: uphold academic freedom in dark times.(Richard Burdon Sanderson Haldane)

Masood, Ehsan

Nature, 2018, Vol.563(7733), p.621(3) [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    A 100th birthday wish: uphold academic freedom in dark times.(Richard Burdon Sanderson Haldane)
  • Autor: Masood, Ehsan
  • Assuntos: Politicians – Appreciation ; Politicians – Beliefs, Opinions and Attitudes
  • É parte de: Nature, 2018, Vol.563(7733), p.621(3)
  • Descrição: (The other two focused on the rationale for different ministerial jobs and better financial accountability from government departments.) The memo's tone is much more direct than that of the final report, suggesting that its intended audience was probably Prime Minister David Lloyd George. The ideal of independence also informs the work of chief science advisers, whose offices might be attached to those ofheads of government or to departments from food to forestry, transport to trade. Since 2014, they have been part of the International Network for Government Science Advice (INGSA), created to hone practice. INDEPENDENCE DAY When Haldane's report landed on the prime minister's desk, it had little impact: the end of the First World War was a busy time for statecraft. [...]some scientists are so concerned by the ransacking of the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) by President Donald Trump's White House that they have reportedly set up a shadow EPA in preparation for the next administration, so that valuable knowledge isn't lost.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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