Journal Article - American Scientist

Science in 2006, Revisited

| May / June 2003

About 17 years ago, Branscomb wrote a piece of science fiction with the dateline of 2006, 20 years into the future, imagining how two decades of change and growth in science might look from that vantage. All of his specific predictions turned out to be wrong. However, four trends he forecast are underway, including the trend that science would become ever more capital-intensive and that there would be a reintegration of sciences.

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For Academic Citation: Branscomb, Lewis M.. Science in 2006, Revisited.” American Scientist, vol. 91. no. 3. (May / June 2003) .

The Author

Lewis M. Branscomb