Curious about presidential candidate’s position on science issues? So are the National Academies, the Council on Competitiveness and a host of professional and academic groups, which created the web site ScienceDebate.org. The site hosts “Barack Obama’s and Mitt Romney’s answers to the top American science questions: 2012” a series of questions and answers posted to both candidates. Issues of federal research funding, science education, climate change, and energy are addressed. The site also serves as a hub to news and opinion regarding the presidential race and its impact on the sciences.
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