- The growing math and science gap
The U.S. is the undisputed leader in science and innovation, but the rest of the world is catching up. Midmorning looks at why America is losing its edge, and what can be done about it.9:06 a.m.
Norman Augustine: Chair of a National Academies committee examining the future of American research and the preparation of scientists. He's the retired chairman and CEO of Lockheed Martin Corporation.
- New leadership south of the border
Midmorning examines the results of this year's divisive Mexican presidential campaign, and the future of Mexican politics.10:06 a.m.
Miguel Tinker-Salas: Professor of Chicano and Latin American Studies at Pomona College and author of "Under the Shadow of the Eagles: The Border and the Transformation of Sonora During the Porfiriato."
Mark Schneider: Senior vice president of International Crisis Group and special advisor on Latin America.
Chappell Lawson: Associate professor of political science at MIT. His recent books include, "Building the Fourth Estate: Democratization and Media Opening in Mexico" and "Mexico's Pivotal Democratic Election," co-edited with Jorge Dominguez.
You can follow Kerri Miller on Twitter at @KerriMPR
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