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Review of Science Policy

The Imperial College of Science and Technology is revealed as a late Victorian enterprise. Imperialism is now a term of abuse, but during the brief existence of the British Empire the benefits of....

We are, in a way, a whole Nation of inventors and explorers…Webelieve in technology and we are determined to pursue it in allof its manifestations…I do believe that the 21st century can bea Golden Age....

C all centres in India and China have been triumphantly upheld by conservative journalists, as evidence of a brave new flat world, where the lucrative outsourcing of various information services from....

PAULA CHAKRAVARTTY I nformation policy has emerged as a technocratic domain of governance largely restricted to those with “expertise”, accessible to corporate lobbies, World Bank-funded thinktanks....

I I n the special issue of Social Studies of Science on “postcolonial techno-science”, Warwick Anderson argues that a postcolonial approach “offers us a chance of disconcerting conventional accounts....