NASA Administrator Charles Bolden defended his agency against allegations it allowed Chinese espionage in testimony before House lawmakers March 20, saying there has been no attempt at NASA to get around the requirements of laws restricting bilateral research arrangements with China. Testifying before the House Appropriations subcommittee that funds NASA, Bolden acknowledged there might be gaps of the sort that can occur in any large organization. Nonetheless, “We really feel that we ...
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