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Media Advisory 08-023
National Science Board to Meet May 6-7 in Arlington, Va.

Astronaut Mae Jemison to address Board’s open plenary on May 7; awards dinner will feature outstanding awardees, including "Mozart of math"Terence Tao

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Photo of 2008 National Science Board

2008 National Science Board; the terms of one-fourth of the Board expire after the May 2008 meeting.

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Photo of Mae Jemison who serves as national spokesperson for Bayer's Making Science Make Sense.

Astronaut Mae Jemison, first Black woman in space, now serves as national spokesperson for Bayer's Making Science Make Sense.

Credit: Bayer


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