National Academy of Engineering; National Research Council; Policy and Global Affairs; Division on Earth and Life Studies; Committee on Science, Technology, and Law; Board on Life Sciences; Stephanie Joyce, Anne-Marie Mazza, and Steven Kendall, Rapporteurs
Biology and Life Sciences | Engineering and Technology
US National Academy of Sciences; Royal Society of London; Brazilian Academy of Sciences; Chinese Academy of Sciences; Indian National Science Academy; Mexican Academy of Sciences; Third World Academy of Sciences
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