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APPENDIXES

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Appendix A: Forum Agenda Harnessing Science and Technology for America's Economic Future: A Forum On National and Regional Priorities National Academy of Sciences 2101 Constitution Ave., Washington, D.C. NAS Auditorium February 2-3, 1998 Day One: Monday, February 2, 1998 Opening Plenary Session 9:00 A.M. Welcoming Remarks: Wm. A. Wulf, National Academy of Engineering 9:15 A.M. Opening Remarks by Forum Co-Chairs; Dick Thornburgh, Kirkpatrick & Lockhart LLP Bill Spencer, SEMATECH 9:45 A.M. Video Presentations

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10:00 A.M. Congressional Perspectives Senator Jeff Bingaman Representative George Brown Kevin Sabo, Senate Commerce Committee Noon Lunch Plenary Session on Context and Key Trends 1:15 P.M. Technology and Long-Term Economic Growth Richard Nelson, Columbia University Transformation of U.S. Innovation: Where Will Technology Come From? Richard Rosenbloom, Harvard Business School The Global Context David Mowery, University of California at Berkeley 3:15 P.M. The U.S. Environment for Venture Capital and Technology-Based Start-Ups Charles Geschke, Adobe Systems John Shoch, Asset Management Associates What's Gone Wrong in Asia? C. Fred Bergsten, Institute for International Economics 4:15 P.M. Lessons Learned from State, Local, and Regional Partnerships Dorothy Baunach, Cleveland Tomorrow; Christopher Coburn, Battelle 5:30 P.M. Adjourn Day Two: Tuesday, February 3, 1998 Plenary Session on Challenges and Issues 8:30 A.M. Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education to Support U.S. Prosperity in the Next Century Wm. A. Wulf, National Academy of Engineering Bruce Alberts, National Academy of Sciences Eric Ryan, Tufts University

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10:00 A.M. Defining the Federal Role Mary Good, Venture Capital Inc., moderator Duncan Moore, Office of Science and Technology Policy Peter Lyons, Office of Senator Pete Domenici Lewis Branscomb, Harvard University 11:15 A.M. Science, Technology, and the Economy: Other Perspectives Stephen S. Roach, Morgan Stanley Randy Barber, Center for Economic Organizing Kevin P. Stiroh, The Conference Board 12:45 P.M. Breakout groups meet over lunch 2:15 P.M. Breakout groups report 3:00 P.M. Closing discussion 4:00 P.M. Adjourn

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