Spring 2020 Issue

  • An interview with NAS member Jennifer Doudna
  • Remembering Frank Press, 1924–2020
  • Slow Science, Fast Science
  • Designs for Different Futures


Published quarterly, Issues in Science and Technology is a forum for discussion of public policy related to science, engineering, and medicine. This includes policy for science (how we nurture the health of the research enterprise) and science for policy (how we use knowledge more effectively to achieve social goals). Our goals are to improve the effectiveness of public and private policy in making a better world and to raise the level of debate and mutual respect among all those who appreciate the critical contributions of science and technology.

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