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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - William Wulf
"It's not good enough just to have the technical work force. You have to have a general population that will support the kinds of policies, the kinds of funding that will support innovation," he said.
Just as important is making the case to those who aren't interested in pursuing math or science careers, said William Wulf, outgoing president of the National Academy of Engineering.