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Articles from Issues in Science and Technology (January 1, 2005)

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A new system for moving drugs to market: today's system for developing and approving drugs is fundamentally flawed. Fixing it will require new technological tools and new regulatory approaches. Woosley, Raymond L.; Rice, Glenn 3455
Agricultural biotechnology: overregulated and underappreciated; The pursuit of an integrated action plan, including regulatory reform, will help the United States and the world reap enormous benefits that now are thwarted. Miller, Henry I.; Conko, Gregory 2969
Biotech relations. 827
Democratizing science. Letter to the Editor 1019
Developing-country health. 1179
Economics, computer science, and policy: cross-fertilization of ideas and techniques between economics and computer science is yielding fresh insights that can help inform policy decisions. Kearns, Michael 6759
Federal R & D spending to rise by 4.8 percent; defense dominates. 458
Federal S & T appointees must be impartial and independent, report says. 551
Fisheries management. 1544
Future of the Navy. 1002
Global challenge. Lewis, Martin W. Book Review 1586
House, Senate examine ways of creating stable vaccine supply. 688
Internet for all. Blumenthal, Marjory S. Book Review 1627
Managing the triple helix in the life sciences: universities, government, and industry should adopt a consistent and transparent oversight system to protect against the risks of conflict of interest. Campbell, Eric G.; Koski, Greg; Zinner, Darren E.; Blumenthal, David 4465
McCain continues push for climate change legislation. 647
Montgomery C. Meigs. Brief Article 237
No country left behind: international comparisons of student achievement tell U.S. educators where they must focus their efforts to create the schools the country needs. Bybee, Rodger W.; Stage, Elizabeth 4512
Postdoctoral training and intelligent design: if we want to attract the best students to science and nurture their talent most effectively, we need to rethink the current system. Finneran, Kevin Editorial 1084
Preventing a nuclear 9/11: presidential leadership is the key to accelerating progress on securing nuclear weapons and materials. Bunn, Matthew 4928
Public anonymity. Letter to the Editor 1009
Save our seas. 1025
Science advising. 1432
Science education. Letter to the Editor 1692
Staying competitive. Letter to the Editor 2211
The Constitution versus security. Parker, Elizabeth Rindskopf Book Review 2459
Total R & D by agency final congressional action on R & D in the FY 2005 budget. 742
Underage drinking. O'Connell, Mary Ellen 527
Unleashing the potential of wireless broadband: over-the-air TV broadcasting is an obstacle to the faster growth of technologies and services that could produce great economic and social benefits. Hundt, Reed E. 1942
Women in science. Ackerman, Felicia Nimue Letter to the Editor 159

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