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Media Advisory 10-002
Science and Engineering Indicators 2010 To Be Released on Jan. 15 at the White House

Get a sneak peek at the data and participate in an embargoed webcast press briefing on Jan. 13

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Cover of the Science and Engineering Indicators 2010.

The Science and Engineering Indicators 2010, as mandated by statute, will be delivered to the president and the Congress, then publicly rolled out on Jan. 15, 2010, at the White House. Policy neutral, it is widely considered the gold standard in terms of quantifying the state of the science and engineering enterprise in America and its position in the global economy.

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Cover of the Key Science and Engineering Indicators 2010 Digest.

The Science and Engineering Indicators 2010 will be released on Jan. 15, 2010. SEI is the gold standard for information about the American science and engineering enterprise. A second publication of the "Digest" presents 31 indicators on six selected topics to illustrate the importance of the compiled data. Like SEI 2010, the Digest is policy neutral, yet draws attention to important trends and data.

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