Neal Lane and Roger Pielke, Jr. on NPR Science Friday

November 16th, 2007

Posted by: Roger Pielke, Jr.

Presidential Science Advisors (broadcast Friday, November 16th, 2007)

How important are a president’s advisors when it comes to making decisions that deal with science and technology? Scientist Roger Pielke, Jr. interviewed seven of the fourteen most recent Presidential Science Advisors, who served under presidents from Lyndon Johnson to George W Bush. In this segment, Ira talks with Pielke about what he learned from the interviews, and about how future administrations might try to manage the massive amounts of scientific advice available.

3PM EST on NPR!!!

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