Big Science: The Growth of Large-scale Research
This book is the first effort to examine the changing nature of research in the physical sciences since World War II - from individuals or small groups to the gigantic team efforts of hundreds of scientists.
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The Many Faces of Big Science
The Origins of the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
Stanford and the Growth of
Some Thoughts on the Early History of CERN
Cornell and MIT
The Transition from Little 111
Du Pont and the Management of LargeScale Research 136
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