Science and Technology

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2006 Making Arizona Competitive in Science, Engineering and Medical Research and Innovation - Understanding the Pathway to Success
2006 Arizonans' Attitudes Toward Science, Technology, and Their Effects on the Economy
2006 Enriching Arizona’s Knowledge Economy: Creating the Research Connections, Attention, and Talent Arizona Needs to Compete; Proposition 301 at Arizona State University, FY 2002 - FY 2005
2005 New Returns on Investment in the Knowledge Economy: Proposition 301 at Arizona State University; Three-Year Aggregate Report, FY 2002 - FY 2004
2004 New Returns on Investment in the Knowledge Economy: Proposition 301 at Arizona State University, FY 2003
2003 Economic Development Via Science and Technology: How Can Arizona Improve Its Standing?
2003 Seeds of Prosperity: Public Investment in Science and Technology Research
2003 Greater Phoenix Regional Atlas (In association with the Center for Environmental Studies at ASU and the Office of the Vice President of Research and Economic Affairs at ASU)
Full PDF (9.3 MB) or online E-Atlas
2002 Four Scenarios of Arizona's Future: Aging, Health Care, and the Capacity to Care ("Coming of Age" project)
1999 The Changing Face of the Software Cluster in Arizona*
1998 The Achilles Heel of Future Economic Growth: The Workforce Development Challenge
1995 Environmental Technologies Market Opportunities in Asia
1995 The Modern Red School House: Technology Planning and Implementation Handbook*
1993 Improving Mathematics and Science Education in Arizona: Recommendations for the Eisenhower Higher Education Program
1992 Issues and Answers on Pesticides
1991 Beyond Tradition: Options for Arizona's Libraries in an Information Society
1989 An Arizona Public High School for Science and Technology
*special distribution or out of print

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