"The Project on Scientific Knowledge and Public Policy examines the nature of science and how it is used and misused in government decision-making and legal proceedings. Through empirical research, conversations among scholars, and publications, SKAPP aims to enhance understanding of how knowledge is generated and interpreted. SKAPP promotes transparent decision-making, based on the best available science, to protect public health...
"SKAPP is a project of the George Washington University School of Public Health and Heath Services. Project staff include:
"Guidance and support is provided by the SKAPP Planning Committee:
- Eula Bingham
- Les Boden
- Richard Clapp
- Polly Hoppin
- Sheldon Krimsky
- David Michaels
- David Ozonoff
- Anthony Robbins
"Funding: Major support for SKAPP is provided by the Common Benefit Trust, a fund established pursuant to a court order in the Silicone Gel Breast Implant Products Liability litigation, with additional support from the Alice Hamilton Fund and the Bauman Foundation." 
Resources and articles
- About, Defending Science, accessed December 28, 2007.