2002
DOI: 10.1590/s0104-59702002000100008 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: The present article is an exploratory study on the scientific material published by Instituto Oswaldo Cruz (IOC) from 1900 to 1917. It aims at characterizing the initial production of the institute and its scientists' concern with information. In order to characterize such production, publication data and citation analysis have been used. Through a comparative analysis of publication data and their citations by other scientists, the author evaluates part of IOC scientists' behavior towards the quality of produ… Show more

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“…Aside from recent developments, the policy effort to develop scientific capabilities in the life science area has a long history in Brazil (Weltman, 2002). Indeed, along the past century, especially since the 1960s, the Brazilian government has promoted human resource training programs that supported a cumulative effort to build local research capabilities.…”
Section: Public Policies In the Brazilian Biotechnology Health Innovamentioning
“…At that time, the Institute achieved international recognition due mostly to its organizational model based on teaching and research activities, which were carried out with intense exchange with foreign scientists. Despite its scientific recognition, Brazilian society was inclined to give the Institute exclusive recognition for its production of vaccines and the implementation of several preventive measures for the control of infectious diseases (2,3).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…Sobre o periódico, ver Weltman, 2002e Martins, 2003 21. Quatro dos oito artigos publicados no primeiro número de Memórias contêm ilustrações, todas elas desenhos.…”
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