Science and Technology in the 2008 Presidential Election: Science and Policy
Transition Resources: Media/Other
These links provide resources for the transition to the next presidential administration from various media sources and other organizations, including opinion and editorials, general analysis, and in-depth issue-based evaluation.
Media Sources and Other Organizations
BusinessWeek - has a continuing Election 2008 series that covers a variety of issues facing the next administration, including energy, technology, and infrastructure development
Discover Magazine - has a site called Science Policy Project 2008, a series of articles and web-posts hosted by that focuses on science and technology policy in the next presidential administration
GovernmentExecutive.com , a website dedicated to the transition, with information on a variety of topics.
Newsweek has a "Road to the Inauguration" feature series that includes editorials, analysis, and an interactive page focused on the prospective cabinet leadership.
The New York Times has a special feature series on "The 44th President" that includes profiles of the President-Elect's advisors and transition team members.
PhysicsToday is retaining its election coverage page for news on the transition.
Scientific American has a Science and the U.S. Election feature that includes articles, commentary, podcasts, and other resources related to the campaign and to science policy in the next administration.
Seed Magazine has a site entitled "The Morning After" on which science bloggers discuss the future of science policy in the U.S. in the wake of Barack Obama's electoral victory.
Time Magazine has begun to include articles and commentary on the transition and the next administration on its Election '08 page.
The Washington Post has an interactive "Building 44" feature that covers the development of President-Elect Obama's cabinet.