Has NIH Lost Its Halo?

Every issue explores cutting-edge developments in technology, medicine, education, climate change, and much more. Articles provide in-depth analyses of science and technology’s impact on public policy, the economy, and society—bringing today’s best minds to bear on tomorrow’s most critical topics.

Forum

  • Forum

    Immigration reform In “Streamlining the Visa Immigration Systems for Scientists and Engineers” (Issues, Fall 2014), Albert H. Teich articulates very well many of the arguments for making the U.S. visa system work… Read More

From the Hill

  • From the Hill

    “From the Hill” is adapted from the newsletter Science and Technology in Congress, ­published by the Office of Government Relations of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (www.aaas.org)… Read More

Perspectives

Features

Book Reviews

  • Cover of book titled The Globalization of Clean Energy

    Is China a Clean-Energy Model?

    Global climate negotiations have long been stymied by disagreement between rich and poor countries over who should take responsibility for mitigating greenhouse gas emissions. Less-developed nations tell developed countries, “You created this… Read More
  • Book titled Sustainable Knowledge

    An Academic House of Cards

    In his concise and charming book Sustainable Knowledge, University of North Texas philosopher Robert Frodeman challenges us to rethink what we are doing in academia. His central argument is that our academic… Read More
  • Excellent Sheep book cover

    Oh, the Humanities!

    One of the side effects of the financial implosion of 2008 has been an explosion of books bemoaning the demise of the American model of liberal arts education. Given that a college… Read More
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