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Presidential candidates' views on science

As we all head to the polls today, this Scientific American piece on the presidential candidates' views on science may be of interest. President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney were asked over the summer to share their thoughts on 14 science- and technology-related topics, including food safety and vaccinations, and the publication's editors rated the candidates' responses in the piece.

Previously: Hey, president-to-be: What are your views on science?

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