Center Releases Report on Presidential Leadership to Ensure Science and Technology in the Service of National Needs
The role of science and technology assets is often overlooked as an element of national power. Many of the major policy challenges confronting the next President—energy resources, nuclear proliferation, climate change, environment, health-care, food and water, security, and economic prosperity—require scientific advice or guidance for successful strategic resolutions. The Center’s issue group on Presidential science and technology assets has released a new report urging both Presidential candidates to begin pre-election planning to ensure science and technology governance assets for cohesive and informed policies and effective policy implementation.Read more about the report
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