Programs: Science and Policy
Climate and Energy Technology:Current Options and Research Possibilities
- Welcome: Alan Leshner
Chief Executive Officer, AAAS
- Remarks by Research and Development Caucus Co-chairs
Rep. Judy Biggert and Rep. Rush Holt
- Climate Stabilization Wedges Dr. Roberta M. Hotinski, Science Communicator
Consultant to the Carbon Mitigation Initiative, Princeton University
- Climate and Energy Technology Potential Dr. Jae Edmonds, Laboratory Fellow and Chief Scientist Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Joint Global Change Research Institute
- Christine Grady, MSN, PhD, Head, Section on Human Subjects Research, Department of Bioethics, NIH
- Karen Maschke, PhD, Associate for Ethics and Science Policy, The Hastings Center and Editor of IRB: Ethics & Human Research
- Ivor Pritchard, PhD, Acting Director of the Office of Human Research Protections
- Rep. Judy Biggert, Research and Development Caucus Co-chair
- Rep. Rush Holt, Research and Development Caucus Co-chair
- Kei Koizumi Director, R&D Budget & Policy Program, AAAS
- Michael Oppenheimer, Princeton University "Climate Change and Scientific Consensus"
- Stephen Schneider, Stanford University "Science and Public Policy: The View from the Lab"
- David Goldston, Princeton University "Science and Public Policy: The View from the Hill"
- Ralph Cicerone, National Academy of Sciences "The Road Ahead"
B 369 Rayburn House Office Building November 20, 2008
The Changing Landscape of Clinical Trials: Reassessing Human Subjects Protections in an Era of Research Expansion
2123 Rayburn May 2, 2008
Science, Innovation and the FY 2009 R&D Budget
B339-340 Rayburn March 13, 2008
Clinton, Obama S&T Advisers Square Off At AAAS
AAAS Annual Meeting February 16, 2008.
The Gold Room (Rayburn 2168) January 11, 2008