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Our Authors

Suryesh K. Namdeo

Visiting Scholar, Centre for Policy Research at the Indian Institute of Science

Nevia Vera

Post-Doctoral Researcher, Argentina’s National Council of Scientific and Technological Research

Charles Weiss

Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Georgetown University

Robert D. Hormats

International Advisory Board Member, Edelman Global Advisory

Alice P. Gast

Emeritus Professor of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London

Chris Llewellyn Smith

Former Director General, CERN

Cathleen A. Campbell

Former President and CEO, CRDF Global