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For Next President, An Array Of Science Challenges

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For Next President, An Array Of Science Challenges

For Next President, An Array Of Science Challenges

For Next President, An Array Of Science Challenges

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According to a report issued by the Center for the Study of the President, the incoming president will need to confront a host of policy issues related to science and technology — including climate change, food and water scarcity, energy shortages and weapons of mass destruction.

Bioethics expert Thomas Murray discusses the crucial role of science in future administrations. Murray is the president and CEO of The Hastings Center, a nonpartisan bioethics research institution.