N.J. Slabbert, a scholar at the Washington, D.C.-based ArMel Scientifics Center for Technology & Public Policy, has written for, among others, the Harvard International Review, the Washington Post, the New York Times Group, the Chronicle of Higher Education, the Urban Land Institute, the Society for the Advancement of Land Economics, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and Reader's Digest.

Slabbert's work appears in a library of America's best commentary compiled under the auspices of editors at publications including Vanity Fair, the Atlantic Monthly and World Affairs, and the U.S. government has honored him as a writer serving the public interest. With Aris Melissaratos, he is the co-author of "Innovation, the Key to Prosperity: Technology & America's Role in the 21st Century Global Economy."

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