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Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Science, Technology, and Public Policy/Project on Managing the Atom
Kathleen Ara˙jo works on issues relating to the management of national energy-environmental systems; science and technology change; and institutional aspects of nuclear safety and security. Her recent research includes a comparative analysis of national transitions to nuclear, geothermal, wind, and biofuels technologies; as well as changes in the R&D/intellectual property activity of the international chemical industry. She has consulted for inter-governmental organizations and partnered on initiatives with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Energy Education Task Force and American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Dr. Ara˙jo completed her Ph.D. at MIT.
October 18, 2013
Op-Ed, Power & Policy Blog
By Kathleen Araújo, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Science, Technology, and Public Policy/Project on Managing the Atom
"If countries haveálearned anything, it is that they can protect themselves and become more resilient if they adopt policies and programs that increase their energy self-sufficiency. It turns out that this can be done much more quickly than anyone thought, if they build on what they have."