yrbk03Albert H. Teich
Stephen D. Nelson
Stephen J. Lita
Amanda E. Hunt

American Association for the
Advancement of Science




(all chapters are in PDF format only; each Part contains introductory comments followed by chapters. Click on the Part heading to view the introduction to each section; click on the chapter titles to view individual chapters.)

The 2003 Yearbook is available online and on CD-ROM. There will be no printed edition. See below for ordering information for the CD-ROM version.

The book Science and Technology in a Vulnerable World: A Special Supplement to the 2003 Yearbook, was published in 2002 and is also available online. The supplement contains 6 chapters dealing with the war on terrorism and its impacts on U.S. science and technology policy, and complements the topics addressed in the 2003 Yearbook.

Title Page and Ordering Information (HTML)
Preface and Table of Contents

Part 1
Budgetary and Policy Context for S&T in FY 2003

1. Science Policy after September 11
John H. Marburger III

2. Challenges Facing Science and Technology after September 11
Scott Lilly

3. National Priorities for Science and Technology: A View from the Academic Sector
G. Wayne Clough

4. National Priorities for Science and Technology: A View from the Industrial Community
Deborah L. Wince-Smith

Part 2
Technological Challengs to Governance

5. S&T Challenges in the 21st Century: Strategy and Tempo
David W. Rejeski

6. Policy Implications of Advances in Cognitive Neuroscience
Robert H. Blank

7. Long-Range Challenges of Information Technologies
Deborah G. Johnson

8. Technological Change and the Challenges for 21st Century Governance
Steven W. Popper

Part 3
The Regulatory Environment for Science: Conflict-of-Interest Issues

9. Biomedical Research: HHS Direction Needed to Address Financial Conflicts of Interest
Anne Dievler

10. Oversight, Disclosure, and Integrity in Science
Virginia Ashby Sharpe

11. An Industry Perspective on Conflict of Interest
Bert Spilker

Part 4
Rethinking the U.S. S&T Policy System: Greater Responsiveness, Continuing Excellence?

12. Science and Technology Policies for the Environment
Daniel Sarewitz

13. Science and Technology Policies Concerning the Life Sciences
Gilbert S. Omenn

14. U.S. Science and Technology Policies from the Vantage Point of the Developing World
Judi Wangalwa Wakhungu

15. Towards a Globally Responsible and Sustainable Scientific Culture
Eva Harris

Part 5
Forbidden Science: Should Some Research Be Outlawed?

16. Human Reproductive Cloning
Ronald M. Green

17. Genetically Engineered Bioweapons
David A. Kay

18. Cloning Can’t Be Stopped
Daniel J. Kevles

Part 6
Science, Technology, and Sustainability

19. World Poverty and Hunger- the Challenge for Science
Ismail Serageldin

20. Science, Sustainability and the Human Prospect
Peter H. Raven

Part 7
Science, Technology and National Security

21. National Security and Science and Technology
The Honorable Lee H. Hamilton

22. Science and Security in the 21st Century
Commission on Science and Security

23. Making the Nation Safer: The Role of Science and Technology in Countering Terrorism
Committee on Science and Technology for Countering Terrorism, National Research Council

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