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Ames Forester

Abstract

The Twentieth Century has produced many great scientific and technological advances. We have vaccines against many diseases, space travel, electronic computers, artificial organs, nuclear power, satellite communications, and fast growing, pest-resistant food and fiber plants. These have not been produced by the efforts of solitary scientists, but by organized research and development programs employing the genius of many scientists, the facilities of many laboratories, and funding from many institutions.

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