JPRS Report. Science & Technology. Central Eurasia--Science & Technology Policy [electronic resource].
- [Arlington Va.] : [publisher not identified], 1992.
- Physical Description:
- 32 pages : tables
- Science and technology. Central Eurasia: science and technology policy (1992- ) ; JPRS-UST-92-001
- Lakhtin on Boosting S&T Development by Doctor of Economic Sciences G. Lakhtin -- Russian Support of All-Union Academy of Sciences Urged by Corresponding Member of the USSR Academy of Sciences Sergey Stishov -- Name Change for USSR Academy of Sciences Justified -- Separate Academy of Sciences Recommended for Defense Establishment by Yuriy Bobylov -- Union Science Organizations Set Up 'Intellectual Property Exchange' by Viktor Dmitriyevich Markov -- Financial Crisis of Sectorial Scientific Research Institutes by Aleksandr Tikhonov -- U.S. Institutions 'Swallowing Up' Soviet Physicists by Jean-Paul Dufour -- Kurchatov Atomic Energy Institute Signs Own Union Agreement by Valeriy Kamnev, imeni I.V. Kurchatov -- Funding, Technology Limitations Threaten Super-Deep Borehole Program by Yuriy Kuznetsov -- Retention of All-Union 'Patent Office' Recommended by Valeriy Ivanovich Budkin -- Problems Seen in USSR, Impending RSFSR Patent Laws -- Estonian Academy of Sciences President Interviewed by Estonia Arno Keerna -- Academician Reviews History, Prospects of Academy of Sciences by Academician Pavel Volobuyev -- Market Transition Creates Crisis for S&T Book Publishing by Petr Deynichenko -- Double Counting in Soviet Science Statistics by Candidate of Economic Sciences Boris Saltykov.
- Document Date: 1/7/1992.
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