A ray of light on Department of Energy picks

We heard rumors this week that Steve Koonin, former chief scientist for BP, is slated to be the next undersecretary for science at the Department of Energy (DOE) under Secretary Steven Chu (see also the December 16, 2008 LRPJ). In addition, Dan Reicher, currently client change director at Google, ma...

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