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Name Your Issue: Science in the 2008 Election

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Name Your Issue: Science in the 2008 Election

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Name Your Issue: Science in the 2008 Election

Name Your Issue: Science in the 2008 Election

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What science-related issues do you want to hear addressed by the presidential hopefuls? Climate change? Health care? Funding for research? Spaceflight? Weigh in with your votes for the most important science-related issues in the 2008 election by e-mailing vote@sciencefriday.com.

Guest:

David Baltimore, winner of the 1975 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine; president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS); professor of biology at California Institute of Technology