Search and Discovery
The scientific and technical information vital to lawmaking is only partly supplied by personnel within Congress and its affiliated offices, leaving a need for input from the scientific community.
Following their increasing involvement in government affairs since World War I, both on the domestic and international scenes, what will scientists' role be in the future?
At the end of this year, 50 science and engineering Fellows will have participated in the program, which is leaving its mark on the Congress, the sponsors and the individuals involved—many of whom are physicists.
The 1974–75 APS Congressional Fellows offer an inside glimpse into the intricate, sometimes frustrating process in which they participated—formulating US energy policy and transforming it into law.