Politics, Science (The Scientist, Vol:10, #6, p. 3 & 5, March 18, 1996)
SIDEBAR : PRESIDENT'S COMMITTEE OF ADVISERS ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY President Bill Clinton has expressed a strong interest in science and the environment. He has cited investments in these areas as critical if the United States is to remain the world's most advanced nation as a new millennium dawns.
CONVENING WITH CLINTON: PCAST members have meet with President Bill Clinton only once, last July. At the meeting, from left, were Gibbons, Holdren, Shaw, Malcom, Ayala, MacArthur, Sanders, Rodin, Young and Clinton.
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