Visit the AAAS Force for Science website to follow the latest updates related to AAAS advocacy activities. News_0207_HoltHearing_teaser.png Rush Holt fields questions on everything from scientific research to the costs of regulations to curb climate change during House hearing. | Carla Schaffer/...
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- The nation’s leading scientific, engineering and academic organizations are calling on President Donald Trump to rescind the executive order on immigration and visas issued on 27 January, declaring it damaging to scientific progress, innovation and U.S. science and engineering capacity.
- News_1218_HoltOpEd_full.png Rush Holt reaches out to Trump administration in effort to protect international scientific collaborations. | Chet Susslin/National Journal The American Association for the Advancement of Science called on President Donald Trump to consult with the world’s largest...
- News_20160322_RushHoltOfficialPortrait.jpg Holt questions potential ethical issues raised by administration moves to limit public communications at two agencies. | Chet Susslin/NationalJournal AAAS CEO Rush Holt responded Tuesday to moves by the Trump administration to bar employees at the...
- In the wake of a polarizing election, science has never been more important for informing sound policy and ensuring progress for all Americans, AAAS CEO Rush Holt wrote in an op-ed published on 18 December in The Star-Ledger of New Jersey.
- President Trump expected to nominate meteorologist Kelvin K. Droegemeier as director of Office of Science and Technology Policy
- Sixty-nine multidisciplinary organizations urge the EPA to withdraw the proposed 'transparency' rule that would block agency from the best science.
- Science and education groups raise concerns about proposed visa policies requiring millions to disclose expanded personal information.
- Leaders of the China Association for Science and Technology met May 16 with AAAS counterparts to explore ways to build on longstanding collaborations.