Scholarship on disabilities and the policies shaping university research

Conferences:
Research Policy

Science at a Time of National Emergency

June 12-14, 2002
Participating universities were: University of Kansas, Kansas State University, University of Nebraska and Iowa State University.

Participants discussed a number of ways that scientists can come to the aid of the country, while also noting the difficulties created by increased national security. Among these four Midwestern institutions, a number of complimentary strengths were identified in the areas of food safety and crisis management. The pages of the 2002 white paper show a frank examination of the issues, and reveal several possibilities for joint research on preventing and mitigating bioterrorism.  2002 White Paper (.pdf)


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Keynote Speaker
Martin Apple >> President and CEO of the Council of Scientific Society Presidents >> 

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2002 Participants (.pdf)


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