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by Barbara Schultze & Roland Schneider

Get insights on the perceptions on science, technology, and innovation in the US and in Austria. With background information on the Austrian Research & Technology Report 2006.

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by Wilhelm B. Gauster

A former laboratory scientist and manager at Sandia National Laboratories, Wil Gauster shares his expertise on how to structure research and development policy to best support innovation on both sides of the Atlantic.

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by Roland Schneider

More than 50 percent of the human brain is dedicated to vision. Cornelia Fermüller investigates the secrets of human vision and applies her findings to build artificial vision systems.

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by Ines Pree

Peter Palese, head of the Department of Microbiology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City, is one of the pioneers of modern medical research.

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by Harold Furchtgott-Roth

Furchtgott-Roth, former commissioner of the US Federal Communications Commission, discusses the different definitions of Network Neutrality, legal aspects and the possible future of the regulation of the Internet.

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by Shari Grossarth and Alan Hecht

Over its 36-year history, the US Environmental Protection Agency has adapted to changing environmental issues and is slowly moving towards making sustainability a key element of environmental policy.

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by Daniel Denecke

During a three-day conference in Austria, CGS and EUA discussed the role of doctoral education in the production of global talent and national research capacity, and in strengthening economic competitiveness.

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by Barbara Schultze

Established in 2004 by the Stanford Law School Program in Law, Science & Technology and the University of Vienna School of Law, the TTLF offers a new source of information for US and European Technology Law. bridges spoke with two of the TTLF's co-directors.

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by Juliet M. Beverly

A non-profit organization uses computer technology to provide people with the most beneficial element of the Internet: access to information.

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by Laura Rossacher

Known as one of the most influential neuroscientists of our time, Austrian-born Eric Kandel received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2000 for his work on the cellular basis of learning and memory.

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