There have been numerous reports and dialogs in recent years on the United States’ shifting position as a leader in science, technology, and engineering. Moreover, our true status as a global leader at present and in the future remains unclear. Some have argued that we have already lost our edge, while others suggest our situation is not as bad as it seems. What must we do now to ensure that we retain our position as a global leader in science and tech in an increasingly competitive sphere? Watch Jeffrey Selingo, editorial chief of the Chronicle of Higher Education lead a panel of distinguished tech leaders on a profound discussion of the logistical, business, cultural and educational challenges America faces now and in the near future.