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  • In 1988 the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT-UP) organized a demonstration at FDA headquarters in Rockville, Maryland, to protest for greater access to investigational drugs to help treat AIDS patients. | Flickr/ fdaphotos On 11 October 1988, AIDS activists shut down the headquarters of the...
  • Construction at the Savannah River Site in South Carolina is on standby while the Energy Department considers other options. | Flickr/ Savannah River Site Fourteen years after Russia and the United States agreed to each get rid of 34 metric tons of surplus weapons plutonium, the projected cost of...
  • Inspectors conduct an ultrasonic pulse echo measurement on a container of VX nerve gas at the Newport Chemical Depot, Ind. | DTRA Used in new ways, information technology could join spy satellites and radiation sensors as tools for assuring compliance with arms control and nonproliferation treaties...
  • From left, John Holdren; Patricia Falcone; Cora Marrett, NSF Acting Director; Kathy Hudson, NIH Deputy Director for Science, Outreach and Policy; Catherine Woteki, USDA Undersecretary for Research, Education and Economics | AAAS/Carla Schaffer U.S. President Barack Obama's proposed Fiscal Year (FY...
  • Deborah Wince-Smith | AAAS The United States is poised to do very well in the global economy as the world continues a transition to an age in which ideas, imagination and creativity are more important than access to physical resources, the president of the nonprofit Council on Competitiveness told...
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