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An Interview with Thomas Kalil
Where politics, policy, technology and science converge

Ubiquity, Volume 2004 Issue January, January 1- January 30, 2004 | BY Ubiquity staff 

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From the White House to Berkeley, Thomas Kalil has worked on shaping the national agenda for science and technology research initiatives. Kalil, President Clinton's former science and technology advisor, now holds a similar post at the University of California, Berkeley, where he helps develop new research initiatives and increase UC Berkeley's role in shaping the national agenda.


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