The Next 75 Years of Science Policy
In this special section, we will be publishing dozens of ambitious, challenging, and innovative proposals on how to structure the resources of science to enable the best possible future. Contributors will include everyone from recognized global leaders to early career researchers, policymakers, businesspeople, and our readers, creating a forum for the exchange of ideas about reinvigorating the scientific enterprise.
An Antipoverty Agenda
A Research Agenda to Get More People Out of Poverty
Justice and Equity
There Can Be No Innovation Without Diversity
Transformative Research Labs
Scaling Research Solutions for Society’s Real Problems
Growth and Productivity
For a Competitive Economy, We Need a Skilled Workforce
Imagining the Role of the Research University Anew
The United States needs universities—some of the most fiercely competitive and proudly autonomous global institutions in America—to coalesce around national interests in economic prosperity and economic security.
Greatness Thrust Upon Them
US Research Universities and the National Interest
Why the United States Needs a National Technology Strategy
It’s Not a Race
Innovation Is a Dance Between Discovery and Use
Restructuring the Enterprise
Time to Say Goodbye to Our Heroes?
Introducing a New Inquiry
The Next 75 Years of US Science and Innovation Policy
A New S&T Policy for a New Global Reality
Innovation-Based Economic Security
How to Build Upon Vannevar Bush’s “Wild Garden” to Cultivate Solutions to Human Needs
Over the next year, we will be publishing dozens of ambitious, challenging, and innovative proposals on how to structure the resources of science to enable the best possible future.
Attracting (and Keeping) the Best and the Brightest
Illustrations by Shonagh Rae.