ScienceDebate2008: Nothing to See Here, Just a Bunch of New Names

We're proud to note the following additions to the cause:

Kurt Gottfried, Chair & cofounder, Union of Concerned Scientists; Professor Emeritus of Physics, Cornell University

Amy Gutmann, President, University Of Pennsylvania

Albert Karnig, President, California State University, San Bernardino

Maria Klawe, President, Harvey Mudd College

Eve Marder, President, Society For Neuroscience

Marcia McNutt, President and CEO, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute

Jim Plummer, Dean, Stanford University School Of Engineering

Michael Seiden, President and CEO, Fox Chase Cancer Center

Stephen Weber, President, San Diego State University

All in a week's work...


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An idea to break through to a wider audience of support. Get Charlie Rose to advocate the Science Debate as part of his "Science Series". Next show: January 28, identified as being about the Imperative and Promise of Science. Surely part of the Promise is to inform policy.

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