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06/15/94

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Scientists, policymakers meet to ask: What now for post- Cold War science?

STANFORD -- Science may not be broken, but public support for research will break away if physical scientists don't show how their work ties to national needs. That's what Washington insiders and some of the nation's top researchers concluded after a conference sponsored by Stanford and the National Research Council.

STANFORD -- Science may not be broken, but public support for research will break away if physical scientists don't show how their work ties to national needs. That's what Washington insiders and some of the nation's top researchers concluded after a conference sponsored by Stanford and the National Research Council.

STANFORD -- Science may not be broken, but public support for research will break away if physical scientists don't show how their work ties to national needs. That's what Washington insiders and some of the nation's top researchers concluded after a conference sponsored by Stanford and the National Research Council.

STANFORD -- Science may not be broken, but public support for research will break away if physical scientists don't show how their work ties to national needs. That's what Washington insiders and some of the nation's top researchers concluded after a conference sponsored by Stanford and the National Research Council.

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Charles V. Shank, Director, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratories; Professor of Chemistry, Physics, and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of California-Berkeley

Paul Shoemaker, Director of Strategic Planning, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, N.M. David Siegmund, Senior Associate Dean of Humanities and Sciences; Professor of Statistics, Stanford William "Skip" Stiles, Legislative Aide to the Committee on Science, Space and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives Bruce Tarter, Acting Director, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories Charles Trimble, President, Trimble Navigation Ltd., Sunnyvale, Calif.

Jeffrey D. Ullman, Chairman, Department of Computer Science, Stanford Edgar Williams, Vice President, Read-Rite Inc., Milpitas, Calif. John Willison, Founder and Director of Research, Stanford Research Systems, Sunnyvale, Calif. Richard N. Zare, Professor of Chemistry, Stanford ; Chairman, Commission on Physical Sciences, Mathematics and Applications of the National Research Council

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