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Home > News > George Atkinson, Sci/Tech Advisor to US Secretary of State

October 24th, 2005

George Atkinson, Sci/Tech Advisor to US Secretary of State

Abstract:
Christine Peterson: Dr. Atkinson first emphasized that these remarks are personal, not official State Dept views. An early point: Global leadership in science and technology is transitory — the younger people he works with sometimes don’t realize this. He’s explaining how the US finds out what’s happening in S&T overseas: Global Dialogues on Emerging Science and Technology, in which his department takes 20 senior US researchers to other countries to meet with a similar group there.

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