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Prof Kosal presents papers at Science & Innovation Policy Conference
Papers co-authored by INTA Students
Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy (October 7, 2009) — Professor Margaret E. Kosal presented two papers at the Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy (Oct 2-3, 2009). Both papers presented were co-authored by INTA Students.
(1) "Bioterrorism Deterrence: the Role of Public Health in Security" by Margaret E. Kosal, Ana Terron, and Katherine Lange.
(2) "Bionanoechnology and Iran" by Margaret E. Kosal and Nikita Basandra.
Ana Terron and Katherine Lange are both International Affairs Modern Language (IAML) undergrads. Nikita Basandra is Biomedical Engineering undergrad.
The 2009 Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation policy focused on ways that science and innovation policies can shape the future by setting goals such as safety, economic security, improved health, and environmental quality and by designing programs to reach these goals.
Bioterrorism Deterrence: the Role of Public Health in Security
Bionanotechnology and Iran
2009 Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy
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