Complete video at: http://fora.tv/fora/showthread.php?t=662 Author and technology journalist Seth Shulman accuses the Bush Administration of politicizing science research by requiring political "litmus tests" of scientists applying for work on government panels. ----- Seth Shulman talks about "Undermining Science: Suppression and Distortion in the Bush Administration." Shulman, an award-winning journalist and science writer, amply documents the main instances of the Bush administration's misrepresenting or suppressing research in the areas of stem-cell research, AIDS prevention, environmental protection, and global warming. This book grew out of a report commissioned by the Union of Concerned Scientists on the political manipulation of scientific information. - Politics & Prose Bookstore Seth Shulman is an award-winning journalist and author. His books include "Owning the Future," a look at fights over intellectual property in the knowledge-based economy, and "The Threat at Home: Confronting the Toxic Legacy of the U.S. Military." He writes a monthly column on intellectual property for Technology Review magazine. A former Knight Science Fellow at MIT, his writing has appeared in many publications, including, The Atlantic, Discover, Nature, Parade, The Progressive, and Smithsonian.
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