Issues in Science and Technology
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|Index coverage:||January 1, 1987 - Current|
|Full-text coverage:||June 22, 1993 - Current|
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|Title:||Issues in Science and Technology|
|Place of Publication:||Richardson, Texas, United States|
|Gale Subject Headings:||Public policy; Science and technology; Government and political science|
|Description:||A quarterly journal of the National Academy of Science focused on discussion of public policy related to science, engineering, and medicine. Provides a forum researchers, government officials, business leaders, and others concerned with public policy to share ideas and offer suggestions with the goal of improving the effectiveness of public and private policy and to raise the level of debate and mutual respect.|
|Publisher:||National Academy of Sciences|
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