By Kate Wing | February 22, 2008 | NRDC Switchboard
Kate Wing discusses unintentional species invasions. Along the way, she reminisces about OTA- “I’ve dug out my well-worn copy of “Harmful non-indigenous species in the U.S.” from my thesis work. Ah, the old Office of Technology Assessment. Sure would be handy to have a non-partisan agency using science to look at technologies these days, but I digress.”
By Alan Boyle | February 19, 2008
Another commentary about the science debate between representatives from the Clinton and Obama campaigns at the AAAS annual meeting in Boston. Re-opening the Office of Technology Assessment was among the topics discussed.
By Sheril R. Kirshenbaum | February 18, 2008
Sheril blogs about the science debate held at the AAAS national meeting in Boston. Representatives from the Clinton and Obama campaigns presented the positions of their candidate on various science topics.
by tangledwing | February 18, 2008
Another call to bring back OTA. The post has specific references to the article by Laura Kahn and a blog post from September 2007 by Mark Hoofnagle.
Commentary on a debate held during the AAAS annual meeting, where representatives from the Clinton and Obama campaigns discussed science-related issues facing the next Administration. The possibility of reviving OTA came up during the debate.
By Paul Blumenthal | June 11, 2007 | In Broad Daylight blog
An update on the legislative effort to re-fund OTA, circa 2007.