What drives innovation?; Funding highways; Geoengineering ethics; Religion and science; Science police.
Talk to the Hand
From the Hill
The never-ending budget debate; other news.
Ronald J. Daniels
Perspective: Scaling Up Policy Innovations in the Federal Government: Lessons from the Trenches
Perspective: Is the Bayh-Dole Act Stifling Biomedical Innovation?
Albert N. Link, Robert S. Danziger, John T. Scott
Perspective: Philosopher’s Corner: Make Science Great Again
Child Support in the Age of Complex Families
Government efforts to engage noncustodial fathers in supporting their children should take advantage of the reality that these dads care more about their offspring than is commonly assumed.
Thaddeus R. Miller, Mikhail Chester, Tischa A. Muñoz-Erickson
A more integrated and systemic approach is needed to ensure the nation’s resilience in the face of a changing climate.
The Second Coming of UK Industrial Strategy
The United Kingdom dismantled industrial policies in the 1980s; today it must rebuild them to create a social-industrial complex.
Investing in research, technology development, worker training, and modern technological infrastructure is the only prescription that will maintain the health of the US economy.
Steven E. Aumeier, Todd Allen
Sixty years into the civilian nuclear age, the United States must decide whether it wants to reestablish leadership in this important technology market, or watch its role continue to erode.
Book Review: TMI?
Book Review: What Did I Just Buy?
Lydia Pallas Loren