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Thursday, March 7 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
US Science Policy FULL

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Historically, the US federal government has guided policy with regard to science, technology and innovation in the United States.  During World War II, federal investment in research and development resulted in the US becoming a world leader politically, economically, and socially.  Over sixty years later, science and technology have pervaded all aspects of our lives, requiring policymakers to balance investment and regulation in order to stimulate economic growth while also protecting their citizens.  This 90-minute workshop will include:

- a chronology of US science policy;
- a review of leaders who have helped define the field;
- a discussion of how US science policy is unfolding today; and
- a brief comparison of US and EU policy approaches to science, technology and innovation


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Ms. Marlit Hayslett

Founding director of the Georgia Tech Research Institute’s Office of Policy Analysis and Research; Atlanta, Georgia
Ms. Marlit Hayslett serves as the founding director of the Georgia Tech Research Institute’s Office of Policy Analysis and Research (OPAR) in Atlanta, Georgia. OPAR is the only applied research program focused on state-level science, technology, and innovation (STI) policy. Motivated by the vision of improving public policy outcomes through evidence-based decision-making, Ms. Hayslett’s long-term research goals synthesize around... Read More →


Thursday March 7, 2013 2:00pm - 3:30pm
European Parliament A5F385

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