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Co-chair, Committee on Science and Technology for Countering Terrorism National Research Council Professor Emeritus, Public Policy and Corporate Management, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
Lewis M. Branscomb is Aetna Professor of Public Policy and Corporate Management (emeritus) at Harvard University. He is emeritus director of Harvard's Science Technology and Public Policy Program in the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, and a member of the Center's Board of Directors. Dr. Branscomb received the BA in physics, summa cum laude, from Duke University in 1945 and PhD in physics from Harvard in 1949. He is a recipient of the Vannevar Bush Award of the National Science Board, the Arthur Bueche Award of the National Academy of Engineering, the Gold Medal of the U.S. Department of Commerce, and the Okawa Prize in Communications and Informatics. He received the Centennial Medal of the Harvard University Faculty of Arts and Sciences in 2002. He holds honorary doctoral degrees from sixteen universities and is an honorary associate of the Engineering Academy of Japan.
Living with Catastrophic Terrorism: Can Science and Technology Make the U.S. Safer?
as author at MIT World Series: Brunel Lecture Series on Complex Systems,
Security, Privacy and Technology
as author at MIT World Series - 2002 TR100 Symposium,
together with: Steven Levy (moderator), Kenneth Starr, Nadine Strossen, Charles Stuckey,