FY 2001 will be a banner year for federal research programs; NIH issues guidelines for human stem cell research; Funding for troubled laser facility approved; Senate approves bill to expand S&T spending, but House balks; Glenn commission calls for math and science education overhaul; Bid to improve math and science education programs fails
Daryl E. Chubin
State technology programs need to extend their reach to give more people the skills needed for the new economy.
Frank N. Laird
Robert E. Skinner Jr.
M. Granger Morgan
Providing buyers with an overall assessment of a vehicle's crashworthiness would prod manufacturers to make better cars.
John D. Graham
A. James McKnight
The effectiveness of new high-tech auto safety devices will depend on how drivers use them.
Clinton V. Oster Jr., John S. Strong, C. Kurt Zorn
Aviation industry growth and change will likely result in safety threats different from those of the past.
Christopher P. Howson