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Great Expectations for Science Multimedia as Print News Shrinks

Great Expectations for Science Multimedia as Print News Shrinks

At a 12 December seminar at the National Press Club attended by 200 public information officers (PIOs) and web producers, the take-home message was summarized by panelist Karl Leif Bates: "That long and great press release that worked for you 10 years ago is no longer enough. The good news is you are now a publisher. Write and produce for your audience, for direct consumption."


By AAAS, USA.


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Obama Could Have Major S&T Impact, Despite Financial Crisis, Experts Say at AAAS Leadership Seminar

Obama Could Have Major S&T Impact, Despite Financial Crisis, Experts Say at AAAS Leadership Seminar

President-elect Barack Obama will be focused on the economy and national security and federal spending will be constrained by the financial crisis, but the new administration still could have a dramatic impact on science-related issues, experts said at AAAS.


By AAAS, USA.


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Study Co-Authored by AAAS Urges Renewed U.S. Leadership in Nuclear Arms Control

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Study Co-Authored by AAAS Urges Renewed U.S. Leadership in Nuclear Arms Control

The United States must re-establish its global leadership in nuclear arms control while continuing to update its nuclear arsenal as necessary, but it should not add any new nuclear capabilities in the process, a joint working group of scientists and policy experts says in a study meant to inform decision making by the incoming Obama administration.


By AAAS, USA.


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