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Thomas F. Malone

Executive Scientist

Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering

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Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering

805 Brook Street Building 4-Cerc

Rocky Hill, Connecticut,06067

United States

Company Description

CASE is a private, nonprofit corporation patterned after the National Academy of Sciences. It was chartered by the Connecticut General Assembly in 1976 and is limited by statute to 200 members, who must live or work in Connecticut. One of the principal functio... more

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CASE Town Meeting Explores Role of Knowledge in State's Economic Future

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Allan Bromley, Sterling Professor of the Sciences and dean of engineering at Yale University, moderated the discussion, while Thomas Malone, executive scientist at CASE, summed up its key points.


CASE Reports, Vol. 14, 4

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It is, according to CASE Executive Scientist Dr. Thomas Malone, part of a “cascade of knowledge” that will increase living standards worldwide.


News About Mapping the Assets

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- The first event on November 17 covered lifelong learning, science and technology and citizen engagement. It featured Lawrence K. Grossman, former President of NBC News and PBS ; Herman Lujan, Chief Academic Officer, Connecticut State University ; Tom Malone, Executive Scientist, Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering ; and Mike Meotti, President, Connecticut Policy and Economic Council.


Advisory Committee on Accreditation Schedule - CT Department of Higher Education

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