Science and Technology Policy Institute: A Report to the President

Analytic Perspectives on Science and Technology Issues Facing the Nation

by David M. Adamson, Helga Rippen

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About the Science and Technology Policy Institute. Originally created by Congress in 1991 as the Critical Technologies Institute and renamed in 1998, the Science and Technology Policy Institute is a federally funded research and development center sponsored by the National Science Foundation. The S&TPI was managed by RAND from 1992 through November 30, 2003.

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