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Transcript of Launch Teleconference with Vint Cerf, Peggy Hamburg and Doug Osheroff

Scientists and Engineers for Change is an independent political committee organized under section 527 of the tax code. Its purpose is to ensure that issues affected by science and technology are fully explored in the 2004 Presidential election and that the nation's scientists and engineers recognize the stakes involved and actively participate in the political process. We operate from a conviction that America's aspirations depend in critical ways on the wise management of our nation's scientific and engineering resources. Our founding members include a dozen Nobel Laureates, two former Science Advisors to the President, and a National Medal of Technology winner who is one of the "fathers of the Internet".

Contributions may be made in unlimited amounts via check or electronic transfer.

Scientists and Engineers for Change maintains offices in Washington, D.C. and can be contacted at:

Scientists and Engineers for Change
Suite 327

This is the list of our Participants.

The Science Vote 2004
Speaker Schedule
Speaker Biographies
S&E4C in the Press
Press Room
Register to Vote
What's At Stake
Policy Comparisons
The Bush Record
Bush Administration Misuse of Science
Scientific Censorship
Anemic Budget
Kerry and Bush on the Issues
Innovation & Jobs
National Security
Essential Information
Join Our List
Scientists and Engineers for Change Road Tour 2004
More than a dozen scientists and scholars will be visiting swing states to raise awareness. Will you help?
Presentation Transcripts
The Nobel Letter
Swing State Science