Ad hoc Meetings on Science and Technology

Meetings

National Program Meeting

National Missile Defense: Can It Work? Is It Needed?

Panelist:

Albert Carnesale, Chancellor, University of California, Los Angeles

Speaker:

Richard L. Garwin, Philip D. Reed Senior Fellow, Science and Technology, Council on Foreign Relations
May 10, 2001

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General Meeting

Advances in Science and Technology: How Will They Affect U.S. Foreign Policy?

Panelist:

Leslie H. Gelb, President, Council on Foreign Relations

Speakers:

Esther Dyson, EDventure Holdings, Inc., Joshua Lederberg, Rockefeller University, Nam-Hai Chua, Rockefeller University, George Whitesides, Harvard University, Michael L. Dertouzos, MIT, Frederick S. Tipson, Hong Kong Telecom, Admiral William A. Owens, Teledesic
March 31, 2000

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General Meeting

Information Technology Trends in Asia

Presider:

David G. Victor

Speaker:

Ernest James Wilson, University of Maryland
April 22, 1998

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Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Workshop

Presider:

Alton Frye

Speakers:

John D. Holum, Arms Control and Disarmament Agency and U.S. Department of State, Victor H. Reis, U.S. Department of Energy, Theodore M. Hardebeck, U.S. Strategic Command, Larry Turnbull, U.S. Intelligence Community
March 16, 1998

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General Meeting

Information Technology and Sovereignty

Presider:

Kenneth H. Keller

Speakers:

Frederick S. Tipson, AT&T, George Bugliarello, Polytechnic University, John D. Steinbruner
September 5, 1996

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General Meeting

Germany and the Biotech Industry

Presider:

Kenneth H. Keller

Speakers:

Ekkehard Warmuth, Federal Ministry for Education, Science, Research, and Technology, Germany, Werner Gries, Federal Ministry for Education, Science, Research, and Technology, Germany, Wolfram Schoett, German Embassy to the United States
September 4, 1996

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