September 24, 2021

Reference: National Science Foundation Releases New Science and Engineering Indicators App for iPad Users

From NSF:

The National Science Board (NSB) recently announced the launch of Science and Engineering Indicators for iPad.

The SEI app provides users with a library of SEI-related content from which to choose, including a digest of key science and engineering indicators and the NSB’s policy companions to SEI, which include: Research & Development, Innovation, and the Science and Engineering Workforce; and Diminishing Funding and Rising Expectations: Trends and Challenges for Public Research Universities.

The free SEI app, available as “Science and Engineering Indicators” in the Apple App Store. An Internet connection is required to download the SEI app, but once downloaded, the content is available for offline use.

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The SEI app provides users with a library of SEI-related content from which to choose, including a digest of key science and engineering indicators and the NSB’s policy companions to SEI, which include: Research & Development, Innovation, and the Science and Engineering Workforce; and Diminishing Funding and Rising Expectations: Trends and Challenges for Public Research Universities.

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The next volume of SEI will be released in January 2014, and that edition is expected to be added to the SEI app library soon after the January publication. A version for Android-based tablets is in the works.

Direct to iTunes App Store (Free App)

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