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Alan I. Leshner The Crisis in Iraqi Science
[17 November 2004]
Writing in the 16 November issue of the Boston Globe, AAAS CEO Alan I. Leshner calls for a more focused and ambitious U.S. effort to rebuild the Iraqi science community.
E. coli A New View on the Evolution of Life
[16 November 2004]
James Lake, an evolutionary genomicist at UCLA, details his surprising findings at a AAAS lecture.
AAAS President Shirley Ann Jackson Staying Strong Against Science Competition
[15 November 2004]
AAAS President Shirley Ann Jackson tells the Council on Foreign Relations that new investment and better education are crucial to economic health and national security.
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