NASA seeks comment
Article first published online: 19 DEC 2012
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Volume 76, Issue 33, page 330, 15 August 1995
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NASA is seeking public comment on a new science policy guide that will become the agency's major instrument for communication about its conduct of science. Called “Science in Air and Space: NASA's Science Policy Guide,” the document will publish the framework for pursuing the agency's science goals.
“One of the most far-reaching discussions in the guide is how partnership—diverse representations of individuals, groups, and institutions—and contributions by the international scientific community are important to enhance the quality and vitality of NASA's science programs,” said NASA's Chief Scientist, France Cordova.