Seth Shulman talks about Undermining Science: Suppression and Distortion in the Bush Administration
Shulman, an award-winning journalist and science writer, amply documents the main instances of the Bush administration's misrepresenting or suppressing research in the areas of stem-cell research, AIDS prevention, environmental protection, and global warming. This book grew out of a report commissioned by the Union of Concerned Scientists on the political manipulation of scientific information- Politics and Prose
Seth Shulman is an award-winning journalist and author. His books include Owning the Future, a look at fights over intellectual property in the knowledge-based economy, and The Threat at Home: Confronting the Toxic Legacy of the U.S. Military.
He writes a monthly column on intellectual property for Technology Review magazine. A former Knight Science Fellow at MIT, his writing has appeared in many publications, including, The Atlantic, Discover, Nature, Parade, The Progressive, and Smithsonian.