ASTRA is completing the distribution of its newly released Riding the Rising Tide policy study to all Presidential Campaigns. The Report (PDF 6.2 MB) sets forth an action agenda that details how America can maintain its innovation future in the 21st Century in the face of global competition and “flattening.” Rising Tide explains the consequences of inadequate investment in scientific research to our economy, the U.S. standard of living and national security.
ASTRA is a nationwide collaboration of more than 100 organizations, including industry, universities and scientific and professional organizations. ASTRA’s membership in turn, represents more than 2.7 million individual scientists, engineers, technologists, research institutions and small business owners. For more information visit www.aboutastra.org
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