Former Pres Science Advisor Speaks out on Presidential Campaign

smoore | elections, Science & Tech Policy, SPUSA News
2 Nov 2012

Neal Lane, former Director of the National Science Foundation, and Bill Clinton’s Chief Science and Technology Adviser, voiced his opinions in a recent New York Times Op-ed on the importance of science and technology for economic growth.



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  1. Naturally countries taking part in this project are the ones to claim that such a gas pipeline is not meant to be planned against Slovakia, but for Germany and other European Countries. Plus, western European countries claim that the construction of Nordstream would eliminate the factor of unstable eastern transit partners – such as the Ukraine and Belarus. That argument in particular has been brought up by western countries and some of the EU officials after the gas crisis began in the beginning of 2009.