FEDERALLY FUNDED RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTERS: AMERICAN PHENOMENON
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FEDERALLY FUNDED RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTERS: AMERICAN PHENOMENON
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S268667300000616-7-1
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106-120
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The essence of the federally funded research and development centers as important elements of a scientific and technical complex of the United States and the key features of their activity are revealed. The analysis of the FFRDC’s role in the innovative development of national economy is given.
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USA, federal support for the nation’s R&D, federally funded research and development centers, FFRDCs, R&D activities, quasi governmental organizations, R&D laboratories, studies and analysis centers, systems engineering and integration centers
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11.11.2015
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