Sixty-nine multidisciplinary organizations urge the EPA to withdraw the proposed 'transparency' rule that would block agency from the best science.
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- Challenges facing science impact public support, and the scientific community must work to maintain societal relevance, said AAAS S&T Policy Forum.
- Health care sciences and manufacturing hold the key to advancing S&T innovation and safeguarding U.S. global leadership in the field.
- After celebrating ten years of Communicating Science workshops this spring, the AAAS Center for Public Engagement with Science & Technology recently hit another milestone: its 200th workshop. These workshops have provided more than 6,400 scientists and engineers around the United States – and...
- Scientists show how public engagement improves food and water security.
- Thirty aspiring science diplomats gathered in South Africa for a regional workshop on science diplomacy, an inaugural training partnership.
- World responses to global public health emergencies are shifting to partnerships.
- Building on a three-year pilot project integrating science into theological education, AAAS is expanding the initiative across the religious community over the next 5 years.
- Marcia Castro says the goal of her work as a scientist has always been to inform better policies. Helping to change the reality of what she researches makes it meaningful and keeps her going. As a public health researcher conducting field work, connections with the community are integral: household...