CCST Annual Report 2005-2006: Making Knowledge Work for California

Release Date: August 31, 2006 | Last Updated Date: February 25, 2015

Release date: August, 2006

CCST’s mandate is to keep California informed about science and technology issues with economic, social and policy ramifications. For over a decade and a half, we have worked to achieve this goal through an expanding series of reports, conferences, and direct dialogues with California leaders, policymakers, agencies and offices, both in Sacramento and in Washington, DC. However, it is not enough to simply know things. In order for knowledge to make a difference, it must be translated into action.

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