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- Margaret Talbot Contributing writer at The New Yorker, senior fellow at New America Foundation
- Robert Hazen Staff scientist, Carnegie Institution, Robinson Professor of Earth Sciences at George Mason University, and author of "Genesis: The Scientific Quest for Life's Origin" published by Joseph Henry Press, National Academy of Sciences
- David Guston Associate director, Consortium for Science, Policy and Outcomes and professor, Political Science, Arizona State University
- Dr. Philip Pizzo Dean, School of Medicine, Stanford University and professor of Pediatrics and Microbiology and Immunology
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