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Nowadays, the priorities are reversed in many of the major US research universities, where teaching and -- heaven preserve us! -- public outreach are frequently frowned upon as distracting brilliant scientists from their research.) But Rowland's European reputation snagged him a job in the end: in 1875 Daniel Colt Gilman was putting together a faculty for the newly established Johns Hopkins University, the first true research institution in the US (with graduate students and everything).

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Publisher: Springer; 2011 edition (July 12, 2011)

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