Mark Schneider from the American Institutes for Research discusses “The Value of Sub-baccalaureate Credentials,” from the Summer 2015 issue.
It’s not enough for scientists to clearly communicate their findings to policy makers; they need to be politically smart, too. This means highlighting evidence and options that can appeal to opposing ideologies.
The 1975 Asilomar conference on the risks of recombinant DNA is a poor model for governing newly emerging gene-editing technologies.
Table of Contents for the Fall 2015 issue
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