Freedom and fashion in materials science and engineering
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This paper briefly analyses the rate at which a new scientific discovery is taken up around the world and further pursued, and the factors that govern such take-up, with special focus on freedom and fashion.
KeywordsResearch choices nanostructured materials fashion and antifashion
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