Philip Webre, Sylvia Ostry, Bernard Hoekman, Erik R. Olbeter, Michael Finn, Richard J. Wurtman, Gregg Easterbrook, F. James Sensenbrenner Jr., Bruce J. Biddle, Richard W. Riley, Norman Metzger, Robert M. White, Pete V. Domenici, Neal F. Lane, Arlie M. Skov, Eugene B. Skolnikoff, S. S. Hecker
George E. Brown Jr.
The federal budget should put special emphasis on spending that contributes to the long-term strength of the nation.
Closer links among science, social goals, and democratic processes are essential to the future health of science and society.
Don C. Schmitz, Daniel Simberloff
An army of invasive plant and animal species is overrunning the United States, causing incalcuable economic and ecological costs.
Carol J. Rowland Hogue
Teenage pregnancy grabs the headlines, but most unintended and unwanted pregnancies occur among adults.
George R. Heaton Jr.
New directions in Japanese policies will dramatically expand domestic R&D; if it adapts, the United States can benefit.
Weston M. Stacey
To keep pace with the cutting edge of fusion research, the United States must participate in the planned international research reactor.
Robert L. Hirsch, Gerald Kulcinski, Ramy Shanny
It's time for the U.S. program to abandon its dead-end focus and to explore alternative paths to practical fusion power.
Kenan Patrick Jarboe, Joel Yudken
Big productivity increases are possible for companies switching to high-performance work systems; government can aid the transition.
Which of the following does not belong? a) firebrands b) visionaries c) opinion leaders d) S&T policy wonks