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Journal of Engineering
and Public Policy

(Volume 11, August 2007)

Table of Contents

Introduction

Domestic Use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems:  Evaluation of Policy Constraints and the Role of Industry Consensus Standards, Saurabh Anand (Washington University in St. Louis)

Challenges in Commercializing Carbon Nanotube Composites, Emily Pfautsch (University of Missouri, Columbia).

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Thawing Digital Media:  Legal Uncertainties and the Chilling Effect on Innovation, David Pietrocola (Trinity College)

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Reforming the Patent Industry from the Small Business Perspective, Andrew Quecan (University of South Florida)

Making Sure Every Vote Counts in the Digital Era:  The Need for Standards Mandating Voter-Verified Paper Ballots, Sarah Rovito (Case Western Reserve University).

ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES

Management of Used Nuclear Fuel and High Level Waste:  Is GNEP The Answer?, Jason Andrus (Idaho State University).

Climate Change Technology Transfer Opportunities in the Developing World, Christopher Deal (Iowa State University).

The Diesel Engine: An Existing Technology to Address U.S. Passenger and Light Duty Vehicle CO2 Emissions, Lauren McIntire (Northern Arizona University)

Skilled Labor and the Nuclear Renaissance: Building a Brighter Future, Erica Sherman (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute).

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[Presentation]

Clean Energy Sources and Mass Electrical Storage, Travis Walker (South Dakota School of Mines and Technology).

Energy Efficiency for Commercial Buildings:  A Commitment by a Commercial Building Initiative, Anatoliy Zeltser (Kansas State University).

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