We try to filter through and see where the priorities should beDefense more than half of research budget Feb 03, 2003
The aim of the program is not ... to delay action on accepting national responsibility for climate-changing actions; it is rather to respond to a huge and complex challenge in a national, rational and responsible wayProgram aims to improve climate research Dec 03, 2002
The promise of fusion energy is too great to ignore, but we also understand this has been true for the past 50 yearsPanel: Fusion power 35 years away Nov 25, 2002
This applies really to only a fraction of the ideas out thereNAS counterterror study due in June May 29, 2002
While I've heard such an approach seriously discussed, using a Manhattan-style project ... would be misguideLiving-Today: Issues of modern living Apr 08, 2002
Dr. John Harmen Marburger, III (born February 8, 1941) is an American physicist who was the Science Advisor to the President and the Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy in the administration of President George W. Bush.
Marburger was born in Staten Island, New York and grew up in Severna Park Maryland. He attended Princeton University, graduating in 1962 with a B.A. in Physics, followed by a Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Stanford University in 1967. After completing his education he served as a professor of Physics and Electrical Engineering at the University of Southern California, later becoming chairman of the physics department and Dean of the College of Letters, Arts and Sciences. In 1980 he left USC to became president of SUNY Stony Brook, leading that university until 1994, during which time it became the university with the most federal funding in the northeastern United States.
He later served as trustee of Princeton University.