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Science and National Security in the
Post-9/11 Environment

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AAAS is collecting data on the impacts of post-9/11 security policies on science in order to better understand how science and engineering research and education are being affected.

If you are a scientist or engineer whose research or other activities have been affected by these policies, or if you know of colleagues who have been affected, we would like to hear from you. If you fill out the secure form below, a AAAS staff member will get in touch with you soon. If you would prefer to get in touch with us directly, you may contact David G. Cooper, project coordinator for the AAAS Directorate for Science & Policy Programs, either by phone at 202/326-6600 or by e-mail at

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