Elections, Politics, and Science

Elections, Politics, and Science
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Elections, Politics, and Science

Elections, Politics, and Science
November 2012 in Seattle

Elections and political campaigns spark public discussions about influential topics that shape our society. Though they often take a back seat to issues like national security and the economy, science and technology-based issues also impact citizens and are influenced by government. Join us and a non-partisan selection of local scientists and researchers to discuss the intersection of politics and science, including how scientists are involved in shaping policy and how funding affects scientific research.

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