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Date:4/17/2013

e might be served better by a system that favors diversity, teamwork, balance, broad intellectualism, civic responsibility, and healthy work/life balance."

The Spring edition of Issues also includes two articles on how to govern research in the highly contentious field of "geoengineering" as a means to combat climate change, two articles on the need for a comprehensive strategy to boost achievement of disadvantaged students, an article on using economic incentives to preserve whales, and an article on a plan to dramatically improve the performance of fuel cells.

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