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Organizations Collaborate on Joint Response to NIH Registration and Reporting RFI

November 16, 2018

Twenty-three scientific societies and higher education associations, joined by an additional twenty-three higher education institutions, submitted a letter to NIH in response to the NIH Request for Information (RFI) on Registration and Reporting Standards for Prospective Basic …

Deciphering the 2018 Midterm Elections and Its Implications for Science

November 16, 2018

The historic 2018 midterm elections are over with a record 49.2% of the eligible voting population casting ballots in congressional and gubernatorial elections nationwide.

The overarching outcomes are apparent—the U.S. House of Representatives will be controlled by …

White House Issues Draft Report on Opioid Research and Development: Comments Requested

November 16, 2018

On November 5, the White House National Science and Technology Council issued draft report, “Health Research and Development to Stem the Opioid Crisis: A Federal Roadmap.”  The report identifies research and development (R&D) “critical to addressing key …

FABBS Board Expresses Gratitude and Announces Skedsvold’s Successor

November 16, 2018

Baron to Lead FABBS in 2019

The FABBS Board announces, with mixed emotions, the departure of current Executive Director, Paula Skedsvold, at the end of the calendar year. Skedsvold has been with FABBS for over ten years, …

“How Americans Really View Science in Society”: A Necessary Conversation

October 30, 2018

On October 2nd, the Aspen Institute hosted a conversation on “Challenging the Orthodoxy of How Americans View Science in Society.” It featured a presentation by Science Counts Executive Director, Chris Volpe, followed by a panel discussion.

Dan …

Why Affirmative Action Isn’t Sufficient to Counter Racial Bias

The last few years have seen emotional conversations about race in America, including the role of racial bias in the criminal justice system. Despite the important issues these conversations have raised, we may not be paying enough attention to how …

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