Who does science and technology policy? You do! And we want to hear from you. Back in 1968, journalist Dan Greenberg tried to estimate the “remarkably small number” of people involved in science policy and landed on somewhere between 200 and 1,000. The world has changed, but we still don’t have a good idea of who does science policy and what they do.

This community survey is hosted by Issues in Science and Technology, a 40-year-old quarterly science policy magazine published by the National Academy of Sciences and Arizona State University.

By taking this survey, you’re helping the science and tech policy community define itself and its goals.
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