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If we want to attract the best students to science and nurture their talent most effectively, we need to rethink the current system.
Reed E. Hundt
Over-the-air TV broadcasting is an obstacle to the faster growth of technologies and services that could produce great economic and social benefits.
Cross-fertilization of ideas and techniques between economics and computer science is yielding fresh insights that can help inform policy decisions.
Eric G. Campbell, Greg Koski, Darren E. Zinner, David Blumenthal
Raymond L. Woosley, Glenn Rice
Today's system for developing and approving drugs is fundamentally flawed. Fixing it will require new technological tools and new regulatory approaches.
Rodger W . Bybee, Elizabeth Stage
Henry I. Miller, Gregory Conko
The pursuit of an integrated action plan, including regulatory reform, will help the United States and the world reap enormous benefits that now are thwarted.