By Chris Mooney, September 1, 2005
Ten years ago, congressional Republicans did away with their world-renowned scientific advisory body, the Office of Technology Assessment. Now even some conservatives admit the time has come to bring it back.
Read more: Requiem for an Office
Issue: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 61 Issue 5 Topics: Uncategorized
Chris Mooney is the Washington, D.C., correspondent for Seed magazine. This article is adapted from his first book, The Republican War on Science (waronscience.com), due out this September f...
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