Congress recently enacted increased federal funding for Fiscal Year 2018 for research and development. Yet, the United States needs to maintain robust and sustained federal funding for scientific research. Global competitors are doubling down on science as key to creating new innovations and solving the challenges of the future. Continually developing new scientific knowledge and technologies drives long-term economic growth and creates higher-skilled jobs. Join us on May 8 for a conversation on federal investment in scientific research and innovation and how to maintain America’s economic and competitive edge.
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Listen to the keynote address and panel discussion below.
Eric K. Fanning
President and CEO, Aerospace Industries Association
Panel discussion with:
Mark S. Berry, Ph.D., PE
Vice President of Environmental & Natural Resources, Georgia Power
John Keller, Ph.D.
Interim Vice President for Research and Economic Development and Associate Provost for Graduate and Professional Education, University of Iowa
Michael L. Telson, Ph.D
Vice President for Energy programs, General Atomics
Maria Zuber, Ph.D.
Vice President for Research and E.A. Griswold Professor of Geophysics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Chair, National Science Board