Tiny Fish Are the Secret to Coral Reef Survival
Photo credit: The survival of coral reefs and their menagerie of rainbowed residents relies on seldom seen and historically overlooked tiny fish — the smallest of marine vertebrates.
Diverse STEM Workforce Needed to Preserve U.S. Competitiveness
Photo credit: Diversity in the STEM workforce falls behind population trends at a time when expanding STEM employment opportunities demand a larger and more inclusive talent pool to secure growth and strength of U.S. innovation.
Study Tracks Where Countries Fall on Path to Measles Elimination
Photo credit: As countries around the world seek to make progress toward eliminating measles, the dynamics of the disease change in a globally consistent and predictable way.
White House Science Adviser Outlines Game Plan to Grow Innovation
Photo credit: As part of an 18-month plan to “unleash discovery and innovation,” the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy will bring on an assistant director for academic engagement, said Kelvin Droegemeier at AAAS’ Science & Technology Policy Forum.
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