Sequestered Science

Secrecy in science is the subject of a series of papers in the latest issue of the Duke University Law School journal Law and Contemporary Problems. The authors consider the consequences of secret science and “propose solutions to help balance the costs and benefits of such secrecy.”

See a descriptive news release here.

The full text of the special issue on “Sequestered Science,” edited by David Michaels and Neil Vidmar, is here.

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  1. Lawrence Turner December 6, 2007 at 10:41 AM #

    Sequestering science has proven very effective in the past. Viva la Dark Ages!

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