FOR THE FIRST TIME IN HISTORY, WE WILL ELEVATE THE PRESIDENTIAL SCIENCE ADVISOR TO THE CABINET RANK.
THESE ARE PEOPLE WHO ASKED US TO IMAGINE EVERY HOME IN AMERICA BEING POWERED BY RENEWABLE ENERGY IN THE NEXT 10 YEARS. THOSE WITH TRAUMATIC INJURIES IN HOSPITALS, PRINTING ORGANS FOR ORGAN TRANSPLANT.
…OVERSEES THE LINCOLN LABORATORY AT M.I.T. AND LEADS THE INSTITUTIONS CLIMATE ACTION PLAN. SHE HAS PLAYED A LEADERSHIP ROLE . HER GROUNDBREAKING WORK ON PLANETARY MAPPING IS GENERATING SOME OF THE MOST ACCURATE TOPOGRAPHICAL MAPS THAT THEY HAVE EVER PRODUCED OF THE MOON AND OF MARS. NOT ONLY IS SHE AN EXPLORER OF OUTER SPACE, SHE IS ONE OF THE MOST ACCOMPLISHED EXPLORERS IN GENERATIONS.
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