National Research Council; Division on Earth and Life Studies; Board on Chemical Sciences and Technology; Committee on Inherently Safer Chemical Processes: The Use of Methyl Isocyanate (MIC) at Bayer CropScience
National Research Council; Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences; Board on Mathematical Sciences and Their Applications; Committee on Mathematical Foundations of Verification, Validation, and Uncertainty Quantification
Math, Chemistry, and Physics | Surveys and Statistics
National Research Council; Division on Earth and Life Studies; Policy and Global Affairs; Board on Chemical Sciences and Technology; Nuclear and Radiation Studies Board; Board on Higher Education and Workforce; Committee on Assuring a Future U.S.-Based Nuclear Chemistry Expertise
Health and Medicine | Math, Chemistry, and Physics
National Research Council; Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education; Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences; Committee on National Statistics; Computer Science and Telecommunications Board; Panel on Communicating National Science Foundation Science and Engineering Information to Data Users
Computers and Information Technology | Math, Chemistry, and Physics | Policy for Science and Technology | Surveys and Statistics
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