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Government Documents on Science Policy
Governments play significant roles in funding scientific research and fostering scientific innovation and discovery. Purdue University Libraries have significant collections ofgovernment publications which explain and document the emergence and evolution of governmental science policy. Subject headings you can use to search for publications on this topic in the Library Catalog include:
The principal index to U.S. Government publications is the Monthly Catalog of U.S. Government Publications HSSE REF & Periodicals 016.353 Un36 which is available online from 1976-present.
Another useful index is the Congressional Information Service (CIS) Index HSSE REF 328.73 C761C which indexes congressional information. Connect HERE for information on downloading Purdue Libraries Ebooks. Associations Unlimited is a helpful non-government organization resource for finding information about interest groups/non-government organizations (NGOs) interested in science policy and other public policy arenas.
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Citing U.S. Government Publications (Courtesy-Indiana University Libraries)
Purdue E-Pubs (Features writings and presentations by Purdue faculty, staff, and students.)
Purdue Export Controls (Office of the Vice-President for Research)
Purdue Libraries Open Access Resources
Purdue Libraries Archives & Special Collections (Numerous resources on Purdue University history)