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Critical Technologies Institute Annual 1995-1996 Report

Edited by Christina Pitcher

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Abstract

Since its inception in 1992, the Critical Technologies Institute (CTI) mission has not changed. That mission is to help improve public policy that involves or affects science and technology by providing objective, independent research and analytic support to the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and, through that office, to other federal agencies and organizations.

Table of Contents

  • Foreword

    Director's Foreword

  • Chapter I

    Introduction

  • Chapter II

    The Federal R&D Portfolio

  • Chapter III

    Technology in Education and Training

  • Chapter IV

    Environment and Health

  • Chapter V

    Space and Aerospace Studies

  • Chapter VI

    Information Infrastructure

  • Chapter VII

    Tool Building and Outreach Activities

  • Chapter VIII

    CTI Publications

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