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The Pakistan - U.S. Science & Technology Cooperation Program is now accepting jointly developed research proposals in a wide range of focal areas! The deadline to apply is January 13, 2017. Max funding: $500,000 (combined Pakistan - U.S.).
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On Dec. 12, experts and policymakers will gather to explore the implications of artificial intelligence and robotics in society, looking at economic impacts, ethical and legal considerations, and security implications. The workshop will feature keynote addresses by Jason Furman, chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors, and Arati Prabhaker, head of DARPA. View agenda and register.
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Policy and Global Affairs has updated the list of key leadership positions in the new Administration to which scientists and engineers bring unique strengths. The list is drawn from Science and Technology for America's Progress: Ensuring the Best Presidential Appointments in the New Administration (2008) and earlier reports by the Committee on Science, Engineering, Medicine, and Public Policy (COSEMPUP). Read the brochure (pdf).
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On Dec. 6, an afternoon symposium focused on “The Military as a Pathway to Skilled Technical Jobs” will explore how the Department of Defense can better integrate skills transition in military training and how such training can be better transferred to the civilian workforce. This symposium will bring together representatives from government, the military, academia and the private sector. Register and view agenda.
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December 6, 2016
The Military as a Pathway to Skilled Technical Jobs

December 12, 2016
Robotics and Artificial Intelligence: Policy Implications for the Next Decade


December 15, 2016
Measuring the Impact of Federal Investments in R&D

December 15, 2016
Enhancing National Laboratory Partnership and Commercialization Opportunities
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PGA ACTIVITIES SPAN A WIDE SPECTRUM OF CROSS-CUTTING TOPICS AND ISSUES.  VIEW OUR REPORTS BY THESE CROSS-CUTTING ISSUES:
topic arrow Aiding Global Security Through Researchtopic arrow Training for Jobs of the Future
topic arrow Building Capacity Abroadtopic arrow Strengthening American Innovation
topic arrow Making Sound Policy for Science and Technologytopic arrow Collaborating with Foreign Partners
topic arrow Bolstering Research and Educationtopic arrow Science and Engineering Meeting Society's Needs
topic arrow Creating a Sustainable World in the U.S. and Abroad

Recent Reports from Policy and Global Affairs (PGA) View more... 
 Predictive Theoretical and Computational Approaches 
Predictive Theoretical and Computational Approaches for Additive Manufacturing:
Proceedings of a Workshop


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  Pathways to Urban Sustainability 

Pathways to Urban Sustainability:
Challenges and Opportunities for the United States

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  Eyewitness Performance 
 
Review of Proposals for Research on Statistical Methodologies for Assessing Variables in Eyewitness Performance

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  The Power of Change 
 
The Power of Change:
Innovation for Development and Deployment of Increasingly Clean Electric Power Technologies

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Here at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, we promote the use of science, engineering, and medicine to enhance the security and well-being of people throughout the world and to ease disparities in human welfare. To accomplish this, we cooperate with partner organizations and scientific communities internationally. We also work to increase the capacity of both individual national academies and regional and global networks of academies to provide evidence-based advice to their governments, policy makers, and the public, thus strengthening and shaping policy and programs worldwide. To learn more, visit our International Activities website...


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