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Articles from Issues in Science and Technology (September 22, 2018)

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Title Author Type Words
A Modern Plague. Shaikh, Nabila; Heymann, David L. Book review 1542
Adapting to climate change. Higgins, Paul 515
Archives. Brief article 144
Artificial Intelligence, Robots, and Work: Is This Time Different? As technological innovation has eliminated many types of jobs over the past few centuries, economies have evolved to create new jobs that have kept workers well employed. Is there reason to worry that the future will be different? Elliott, Stuart W. 3917
Asking the Right Questions in Alzheimer's Research: If the United States is the world's innovation leader, it must lead the way on new directions in aging and neurodegeneration research. Fitzpatrick, Susan 2384
Fixing an Imperfect: Labor Market Information System: Information technology has the potential to help people find the jobs that match their skills and develop new skills to qualify for better jobs. Sarma, Sanjay E.; Bonvillian, William B. 3506
FROM THE HILL. 3600
Ground Truth: Corona Landmarks. Anand, Julie; Sauer, Damon Brief article 281
Investing in Entrepreneurs Everywhere:Promising companies can sprout anywhere, but start-up funding is flowing to only a few places. We need to ensure that entrepreneurs throughout the country have access to the venture funding they need. Grack, Tracy Van 1840
Let Them Eat Efficiency. Wykstra, Stephanie Book review 1959
Limits of dual use. Moreno, Jonathan; Dando, Malcolm 1037
Lords of the Universe. Lal, Bhavya Book review 1479
Money Well Spent? Feller, Irwin Book review 1771
New Principles for Assessing. Moher, David; Naudet, Florian; Cristea, Ioana A.; Miedema, Frank; Ioannidis, John P.; Goodman, Steve 2487
Nuclear energy and the military. Long, Jane C.S. 611
Overdetermined. Finneran, Kevin 1270
Philosopher's Corner: FEAR Mongering FACT Mongering. Briggle, Adam 2104
Progres-Against-Alzheimer's-Disease? Cook-Deegan, Robert 5795
Regulating: Gene-Edited Crops: Advocates of second-generation genetically modified crops are making choices likely to trigger another round of public opposition. Kuzma, Jennifer 5105
Research Universities and the Future of Work: The handful of premier institutions cannot by themselves educate the next generation of highly skilled workers, but they can--as they did in the twentieth century--apply their formidable intellectual power to understanding and addressing critical national challenges. Stevens, Mitchell L. 4161
Rethinking the Race Between Education & Technology: Experts differ widely in their predictions about how technological innovation will change the labor market, but they all see a need for changes in education. Brown, Phillip; Keep, Ewart 5090
Sougwen Chung. Brief article 245
The Quest for Quality Jobs: US unemployment is low, but so are salaries and job security. The nation needs to address the need for better jobs. Bonvillian, William B.; Sarma, Sanjay E. 2398
WILLIAM UTERMOHLEN. 807

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