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Selected Bibliography

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Abelson, P. H. 1987. Instrumentation and equipment. Science 238(4825):257.

American Association for the Advancement of Science. 1958. 1958 Parliament of Science. Science 127:852-858.

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Association of American Universities. 1985. Financing and Managing University Research Equipment. Washington, DC: Association of American Universities.

Berlowitz, L., R. A. Zdanis, J. C. Crowley, and J. C. Vaughn. 1981. Instrumentation needs of research universities. Science 211(4486):1013-1018.

Brauman, J. I. 1988. Advances in instrumentation. Science 242(4876):165.

Brauman, J. I. 1991. Instrumentation. Science 254(5028), Special issue: Instrumentation: 9.

Brauman, J. I. 1992. Editorial: Instrumentation. Science 257(5078):1843.

Brauman, J. I. 1993. Editorial: Instrumentation. Science 260(5113):1407.

Bud, R., and S. Cozzens, eds. 1992. Invisible Connections: Instruments, Institutions and Science. Bellingham, Wash.: SPIE Optical Engineering Press.

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Cannon, S. F. 1978. Science and Culture: The Early Victorian Period. New York: Neale Watson Academic Press.

Cohrane, R. C. 1966. Measures for Progress: A History of the National Bureau of Standards. Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office.



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