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Title: Science and Technology Policy Issues of Concern to Ohio's Leaders: A Report of the Science Policy Advisory Committee of the The Ohio Academy of Science
Creators: Geis, Philip A.
Issue Date: 2002-09
Citation: The Ohio Journal of Science. v102, n4 (September, 2002), 67-69
Abstract: Biotechnology, education reform, environmental protection, technology development, and cancer prevention were the leading science and technology policy issues most on the minds of Ohio's leaders at the end of 2000 according to a mail-response survey by The Ohio Academy of Science. Biotechnology received the greatest number of mentions (9) out of 108 specific issues identified by 38 respondents who identified up to five science and technology policy issues. The survey audience included legislators, professional organizations, registered lobbyists, university presidents, corporate vice presidents for R&D, regulatory agency directors, state and local elected officials, and environmental groups. The results of this survey will serve the Academy's continuing effort to provide informed scientific advice to Ohio.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/23933
ISSN: 0030-0950
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