Where should the U.S. scientific and engineering (S&E) enterprise be in 10 years? The National Science Board (NSB) unveiled Vision 2030 which includes a roadmap for how the U.S. can reinvent aspects of its S&E enterprise to remain preeminent, including specific actions the NSB commits to taking over the next decade to contribute to this reinvention. The report is a call to action in four key areas: Practice of Science and Engineering, Talent, Partnerships, and Infrastructure.
Join Dr. Victor McCrary, Vice-Chair of NSB and Dr. Barbara Sawrey, Director-at-Large on the ACS Board of Directors, during this free interactive broadcast for a discussion of Vision 2030 and the actions the U.S. government, scientific societies like ACS, institutions, and others need to take so that the U.S. remains a global leader in innovation in 2030.
What You Will Learn
- How America can continue to lead in fundamental research
- How can American discoveries continue to empower U.S. businesses and entrepreneurs to succeed globally
- How can the U.S. increase STEM skills and opportunities for all Americans
- How does ACS and the chemistry enterprise fit into these questions