Posted by Christina Folz, OPN Managing Editor
Physics Today, the membership magazine of the American Institute of Physics, recently launched its Campaign 2008 elections Web site, a comprehensive source of information about the positions of the presidential candidates on science, technology and energy issues.
The magazine staff, in partnership with AIP's Inside Science News Service, posed questions focused on the areas of science and technology in which policymakers play a critical role. Then they gathered position statements, news articles and relevant commentary to define where each candidate stands. As the candidates make statements on relevant issues, whether in debates, new position statements, or news media interviews, the Web site will be updated.
2008-01 January, Miscellaneous Optics