Editorial Information


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Submissions AUTHOR GUIDELINES Issues in Science and Technology is the quarterly policy journal of the National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine, the University of Texas at Dallas, and Arizona State University. We publish articles that analyze current topics in science, technology, and health policy and recommend actions by government, industry, […]

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"Editorial Information." Issues in Science and Technology ().

Roundtable: The Future of Computing and Telecommunications


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Ten years from now, will we still say that we have been driven by the reckless pace of innovation? -David Clark As part of its 10th anniversary symposium on May 16, 1996, the National Research Council’s Computer Science and Telecommunications Board convened a panel of experts to speculate about what the future holds. This is […]

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"Roundtable: The Future of Computing and Telecommunications." Issues in Science and Technology 13, no. 3 (Spring 1997).

Update


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Fisheries Management Improving In “Where Have All the Fishes Gone?” (Issues, Spring 1994), I documented how overfishing and poor management had devastated the U.S. commercial fishing industry, and I called for a major overhaul of the 1976 Magnuson Act, the federal legislation that guides fisheries management. In the fall of 1996, Congress passed and the […]

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"Update." Issues in Science and Technology 13, no. 3 (Spring 1997).

Archives


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Mathew Brady photograph, from the Archives of the Academy, courtesy of the U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Edison National Historic Site Thomas Alva Edison Thomas Edison (who would be 150 this year if he had also invited a longevity device) was invited to exhibit his phonograph and his modification of the telephone […]

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"Archives." Issues in Science and Technology 14, no. 1 (Fall 1997).