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Susan Hockfield

A model for tackling the energy challenge

By Susan Hockfield
December 13, 2006

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ON JULY 20, 1969, the United States reached the moon, beating the decade's-end goal set by President John F. Kennedy. Many saw the original timetable as too ambitious. Yet with the country committed to the mission, and with the mission accelerated by federal policies promoting the necessary technological advances, the US flag was planted in lunar soil sooner than even ... (Full article: 745 words)

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