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306358486 Archives.  
306358485 Controlling the arms bazaar: The Shadow World: Inside the Global Arms Trade.  
306358484 The climate struggle heats up: The Hockey Stick and the Climate Wars.  
306358483 Global bioethics hopes, fears, and new voices: as science increasingly crosses borders, so do the implications of deeply personal health sciences. Can new voices help in bioethical dialogue?  
306358482 Back to basics on energy policy: for the past 40 years, political leaders have promised that government can plan and engineer a fundamental transformation of our energy industry. They were wrong.  
306358481 Escape from the great distress the role of rules: technological innovation alone will not revive the U.S. economy. We must also update some of the underlying rules that govern the ways that we make economic decisions.  
306358480 Affordable access to space: rockets are 20th-century technology. A government effort to develop new launch technologies could open the door to a vast array of new opportunities for space exploration and development.  
306358479 The limits of knowledge personal and public: human beings and governments typically make irrational decisions. Taking this into account in personal planning and in policymaking offers improved results.  
306358478 Decoupling water and violent conflict: a basic human need, water can be the source of social conflicts. With safeguards, including informed government polices and management decisions, the dangers can be defused.  
306358477 Do high-stakes tests improve learning? Test-based incentives, which reward or sanction schools, teachers, and students based on students' test scores, have dominated US. Education policy for decades. But a recent study suggests that they should be used with caution and carefully evaluated.  
306358476 Applying new research to improve science education: insights from several fields on how people learn to become experts can help us to dramatically enhance the effectiveness of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education.  
306358475 Qualitative metrics in science policy: what can't be counted, counts.  
306358474 Federal science and technology in brief.  
306358473 Senate Committee examines EPA rule on air pollution from fracking.  
306358472 Bills introduced to improve forensic science.  
306358471 House republicans hold controversial hearings on ERA rules.  
306358470 R&D funding picture remains mixed, as budget negotiations stall.  
306358469 The trouble with STEM.  
306358468 Communicating uncertainty.  
306358467 Drug policy research.  
306358466 The U.S. - Mexico connection.  
298057727 The Academy by moonlight.  
298057726 Mother of invention: The Idea Factory: Bell Labs and the Great Age of American Innovation.  
298057725 The Small Business Innovation Research program.  
298057724 Eight questions for Drug Policy Research: the current research agenda has only limited capacity to shrink the damage caused by drug abuse. Some promising alternative approaches could lead to improved results.  
298057723 Data deluge and the Human Microbiome Project: because the cost of genetic sequencing has declined so much, researchers are accumulating oceans of data for no clear purpose. The assumption is that something in the data will stimulate important questions, but this is not an effective way to conduct scientific research.  
298057722 Communicating uncertainty fulfilling the duty to inform: scientists are often hesitant to share their uncertainty with decisionmakers who need to know it. With an understanding of the reasons for their reluctance, decisionmakers can create the conditions needed to facilitate better communication.  
298057721 Valuing the environment for decisionmaking: in dealing with complex environmental issues, determining the value of multiple environmental attributes is problematic, but not doing so is even more so.  
298057720 Decision support for developing energy strategies: policymakers and the public need a mechanism for making a series of difficult and interrelated choices over time, and research in decision science offers a promising way forward.  
298057719 What makes U.S. energy consumers tick? Harnessing the social sciences to answer that question can help lead the nation to an alternative--more efficient--energy future.  
298057718 Decisionmaking, transitions, and resilient futures: the newly established National Research Council board on environmental change and society explores insights and research frontiers for understanding coupled human-environment systems.  
298057717 U.S. competitiveness: the Mexican connection.  
298057716 Getting the most out of electric vehicle subsidies.  
298057715 Federal science and technology in brief.  
298057714 Cybersecurity bills advance in House, Senate.  
298057713 Senate Panel considers national standards for forensic evidence.  
298057712 The EPA issues new air pollution rule; key Republicans object.  
298057711 R&D funding receives some good news amid major uncertainty.  
298057710 Internet freedom: not a foreign-policy issue.  
298057709 Lessons from nuclear disasters.  
298057708 Praise for SEMATECH.  
298057707 Better STEM for all.  
298057706 California: Radical Carbon cuts needed?  
298057705 An incomplete view of adolescence.  
298057704 Nature's Toolbox: Biodiversity, Art, and Invention.  
298057703 National education standards.  
287392232 Archives.  
287392231 Is open-source software the answer? The Comingled Code: Open Source and Economic Development.  
287392230 Who should govern the Internet? Networks and States: The Global Politics of Internet Governance.  
287392229 Time for another giant leap for mankind.