Table of Contents

Perennial Agriculture

Fall 2011


Adapting to climate change; Small modular reactors; Aiding innovation; In support of apprenticeships; Better regulation for research universities; Developing perennial grains; Smarter defense spending; Disappearing bees; Improve chemical exposure standards

From the Hill

Applied research facing deep cuts in FY 2012 budget; House approves patent reform bill; Climate adaptation programs under fire; Role of government in social science research funding questioned; Science and technology policy in brief

Science Policy Tools: Time for an Update

Neal F. Lane

People Get Ready

Howard Kunreuther, Erwann Michel-Kerjan

Expanding Certificate Programs

Brian Bosworth

Cybersecurity in the Private Sector

Amitai Etzioni

Paying for Perennialism: A Quest for Food and Funding

Sarah Whelchel, Elizabeth Popp Berman

The Shifting Landscape of Science

Caroline S. Wagner

Real Numbers: Asian Women in STEM Careers: An Invisible Minority in a Double Bind

Lilian Wu, Wei Jing

Book Review: Green urban revival

Martin W. Lewis

The Agile City
, by 
James S. Russell.

Book Review: Taming globalization

John Alic

The Globalization Paradox: Democracy and the Future of the World Economy
, by 
Dani Rodrik.