“Paul Berg has shown us that the ability to do the most important and valuable scientific research sometimes requires that we leave our labs to support, defend, and explain why what we do has value…the same skills that make for great science make for great science advocacy.”
ASCB Public Policy Chair Larry Goldstein, presenting the 2003 ASCB Public Service Award to Nobel Laureate Paul Berg.
Making a Difference: The Three R's of Public Science Policy – How To Be an Advocate for Science
Remarks by Larry Goldstein, 2009 ASCB Service Awardee
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