This week in #scipol: abortion ban in Texas, coronavirus projections, oil production decline, EPA stops regulating the environment, new emissions rule, USDA head confirmed, fossil dinosaur head found, whales and the sun, and more!
This week in #scipol: COVID-19 and misinformation, air pollution, vaccines, research, oil prices, and academia; Momnibus bill introduced, another person cured of HIV, and more!
This week in #scipol: the Scientific Integrity Act, DNA collected at the border, opioid lawsuits, a new Senate climate caucus, transgender children in Texas, bird species in danger, and more!
This week in #scipol: early voting begins in Texas, Texas cities sue Kinder Morgan over pipeline, first all-female spacewalk, Rick Perry's successor nominated, chlorpyrifos banned in California, cheap renewables, and more!
This week in #scipol: US House bans drilling in ANWR, Pacific, Atlantic, and eastern Gulf of Mexico, WOTUS guidance revoked, Sackler settlement, climate strike, a TB cure, uninsured Texans, mysterious seal deaths, and more!
In this last 2019 summer monthly #scipol digest: tigers, bears, and whales (oh my?), plastic and air pollution justice, EPA failures and Pebble Mine, abortions, HPV, vaccines, and glyphosate, Mauna Kea, trees in Ethiopia, and more!
This month in #scipol: record CO2 levels, elephants, Brazilian scientists, #txlege #science wrap up, breast cancer, malaria and measles, carbon offsets, Chip Roy, China, pesticides, GRExit, bias in CVs, sea ice, crop floods, and more!
This week in #scipol: carbon emissions increase, science denialism in India and Italy, shutdown continues, future plans for Austin and Lamar Smith, a plan to clean up the ocean, Voyager 1 answers questions about dark matter, and more!
This week in #scipol: some good news! The Save Our Seas Act, whooping cranes on the rebound, EPA shelves transparency rule, changing minds on climate change, voting begins, and more!
This week in #scipol: reverse course needed to avert climate disaster, STEM Nobel's 97% male, NASA's plan for getting to Mars, ResearchGate sued, and more!