Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union

Lofty advice

Authors

  • Anonymous


Abstract

AGU's Mario J. Molina, the Lee and Geraldine Martin professor of Environmental Sciences at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, made President Clinton's new Committee of Advisers on Science, which was unveiled last week. Along with 17 other distinguished representatives, such as Shirley M. Malcolm, head of the education and human resource program directorate at the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and Judith Rodin, president of the University of Pennsylvania, Molina will advise the president on science and technology issues and help guide related federal investments toward national goals.

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