Constraints continue in proposed R&D budget; President, Congress unveil innovation initiatives; Senators unveil discussion paper on climate policy
Alexander P. De Angelis
Rudolph G. Penner
Michael R. Nelson
Lester B. Lave, W. Michael Griffin
Christian Layke, Wendy Vanasselt
The Bureau of Land Management must start taking its conservation mandate seriously.
Rosamond L. Naylor
Expanding aquaculture into federal waters should not be promoted without enforceable national guidelines for the protection of marine ecosystems and fisheries.
Gail H. Javitt, Kathy Hudson
Government needs to ensure that genetic tests provide useful medical information and that the test results are reliable.
The United States should take the lead in making the use of nuclear weapons unacceptable under any but the most extenuating circumstances.
The country's slow and indirect progress toward developing nuclear weapons cunningly skirts international nonproliferation rules. Careful diplomacy can stop Iran from achieving this destabilizing capability.
Robert M. Wendling, Roger H. Bezdek
Martin W. Lewis
Gregory B. Baecher