Does Scientific Policymaking Really Need Another Acronym? | GenomeWeb

At Science Progress, University of Sussex Ph.D. student Molly Morgan discusses ways to make science and technology policy debates more open and transparent. A key to successfully doing so is to encourage "broad deliberation," she writes, and suggests applying Multicriteria Mapping to these discussions.

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