Report: U.S. Slipping in Science and Technology

A recent report from the National Academies suggests that the United States is losing its edge in research and development. What can be done to reverse the trend?

Guests:

Ralph Wyndrum, Jr, president of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers — USA

Patricia Welesko Garland, chair, Engineers Week 2006; manager, combined Heat and power program, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

C.D. Mote, president of the University of Maryland

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