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Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
1779 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20036
In a political climate where the validity of facts is constantly challenged, nonpartisan and evidence-based research is more vital than ever before.
Where are scientists' and engineers' places in the current political landscape? What are the roles of scientists and engineers in global security and safety? How can scientists and engineers keep us safe?
Join us on April 21 to grapple with these questions.
The day's speakers include three senior scientists and engineers, and three distinguished graduate students:
DR. JOHN HOLDREN
Former Advisor of Science & Technology to President Obama
DR. RICHARD MESERVE
President Emeritus, Carnegie Institution for Science
DR. RODNEY WILSON
Director, Global Security and Cooperation Center at Sandia National Laboratories
HANNAH E. GARDINER
Ph.D. Student, Nuclear Engineering Sciences, University of Florida
STEPHEN O. A. DAHUNSI
Ph.D. Fellow, Energy Science & Engineering, University of Tennessee
YANUAR ADY SETIAWAN
M.S. Student, Nuclear Engineering, Texas A&M University