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Articles from Issues in Science and Technology (December 22, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
Archives. Berkner, Lloyd V. Brief Article 179
Attracting the best and the brightest. (Perspectives). Zumeta, William; Raveling, Joyce S. 2969
Blocking invasive aquatic species: federal law must be updated to stop introductions of nonnative organisms, especially by ships. Cangelosi, Allegra 3503
Broadband on the run. . Courrier, Kathleen Book Review 1210
California approves landmark stem cell legislation. (From the Hill). Brief Article 299
Can the testing industry meet growing demand? Jorgensen, Margaret 2626
Conflicts of interest in human subjects research. Ehringhaus, Susan; Korn, David 4028
Congress approves bill authorizing a doubling of NSF spending. (From the Hill). 569
Department of Homeland Security will have big S&T component. (From the Hill). 815
Everyday threats to aircraft safety. Strauss, Bill; Morgan, M. Granger 2957
Forum. 6364
Highway research for the 21st century. (Perspectives). Skinner, Robert E., Jr. 2891
Improving workplace hazard communication: The information-based system set up to protect workers from chemical exposure is in need of an overhaul. Fagotto, Elena; Fung, Archon 3209
Knowing what students know. Pellegrino, James W. 2820
New system to scrutinize foreign students hits snags. (From the Hill). 480
No child left behind: assessment is a key component of the president's plan to ensure that all students receive an adequate education. Sclafani, Susan 2914
OECD science, technology, and industry outlook. (Real Numbers). Sheehan, Jerry 862
President Bush signs cybersecurity R&D bill. (From the Hill). Brief Article 326
Proposed big increases for R&D in FY 2003 may be in jeopardy. (From the Hill). 632
Republican control of Congress could lead to science policy changes. (From the Hill). 509
Science and technology in foreign policy. (Perspectives). Neureiter, Norman P. 2378
Testy about testing. (Editor's Journal). Finneran, Kevin 1203
The forgotten half. . Lynch, Lisa M. Book Review 1573
The hazards of high-stakes testing: hyped by many as the key to improving the quality of education, testing can do more harm than good if the limitations of tests are not understood. Shepard, Lorrie A. 3472
Wanted: scientific leadership on climate. (Perspectives). Pielke, Roger, Jr.; Sarewitz, Daniel 2498

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