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Journal Article - Minerva

A Report from the Front: MIT in the Anti-Science War

To what extent are scientists responsible for the uses society makes of their research results? Are technologists accountable for the purposes for which the devices or processes they develop are used? If so, to whom are they accountable - their own peers, the whole community to which they belong, the individuals who might be affected by their product?

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Journal Article - Minerva

The President's Science Advisers

| Winter 1965

Today and in the foreseeable future, a nation's prosperity and security depend upon the wisdom and timeliness of decisions made with respect to science and technology. The circumstances dictate that the best scientific and technical minds be consulted and that the results of their deliberations be conveyed promptly to the highest authority.