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Belfer Center Newsletter Spring 2012

Belfer Center Newsletter Spring 2012

Newsletter, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

Spring 2012

Editor: Sharon Wilke, Associate Director of Communications


The Spring 2012 Issue of the Belfer Center newsletter features recent and upcoming activities, research, and analysis by members of the Center community on critical global issues. This edition highlights Belfer Center founder Paul Doty, who died in December at age 91. His many contributions include founding the journal International Security, discussed in the Spotlight section of the newsletter.

This issue also highlights a new report, Transforming U.S. Energy Innovation, the result of a three-year Belfer Center project to develop actionable recommendations to achieve "a revolution in energy technology innovation." The project's director, Laura Diaz Anadon, answers questions in the Q&A section of the newsletter about the study, her research team, and her own background. We also introduce a new Center blog, Technology+Policy/Innovation@Work, which offers a platform for exchange of views on issues at the intersection of science, technology, and public policy. And much more...

Tribute to Belfer Center founder Paul Doty, 1920-2011

Advancing Technology and Innovation — in the U.S. and Abroad

Nuclear Terrorism

Highlights and Spotlights

Featured Fellows

News and Notes

PDF of Belfer Center Newsletter, Spring 2012


For more information about this publication please contact the Belfer Center Communications Office at 617-495-9858.

For Academic Citation:

Wilke, Sharon. Belfer Center Newsletter Spring 2012. Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Spring 2012.

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