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Ron Hira, Columbia University

rh2107@columbia.edu

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Center for Science, Policy, and Outcomes

“Scientists have made many great discoveries during the past 100 years, but those discoveries have affected society in complex and sometimes paradoxical ways. … How can we design a science policy that will distribute the benefits of scientific discoveries more equitably, and will foster research that addresses our most critical social needs? …

Science and its power continue to advance, yet our ability to harness that power for maximum social benefit remains stagnant. That mismatch means that the societal costs of our current approach to science policy are likely to grow in the future. Policies that focus on social outcomes are a key part of the solution.”

- Michael M. Crow, Chronicle of Higher Education, March 9, 2001

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