This week in #scipol: land conservation, grabs, and giveaways, sensitive countries, children protest, e-cigs and teenagers, a cure for HPV, gender disparity in publishing and academia, and more!
This week in #scipol: Medicaid expansion, measles, and zebra mussels in Texas, the magnetic pole moves, Rosalind Franklin gets some recognition, ANWR, new women of Congress in charge, butterfly news, and more!
This week in #scipol: 150th anniversary of the periodic table, anti-science practices and nominations of the Trump administration, polar vortices, German coal, and more!
Lots of #scipol news over the holidays: first images from four billion miles from Earth, the dark side of the moon, and inside the sun's atmosphere, plans to dim the sun, build the wall, and visit the deep ocean, new #txlege and more!
This week in #scipol: a butterfly sanctuary slated for the border wall, the sage grouse in trouble, cats outdoors, goodbye Ryan Zinke, PhD's get jobs, T rex makeover, Little Foot uncovered 3.67 million years after she fell, and more!
This week in #scipol: border wall, gender discrimination, the dark side of the moon, decrease in life expectancy, Brexit, Trump and the G-20 on climate change, and more!
This week in #scipol: losing bears, bugs, and beer, US becomes top global oil producer, Japan considers gene editing, America's Water Infrastructure Act, and more!
This week in #scipol: controversy around Pruitt continues while Senate confirms coal lobbyist as 2nd-in-command at EPA, protections over migratory birds rescinded, air pollution regulations are weakened, ocean currents slow & more
This week in #scipol: rumors of shrinking the Sequoia National monument, disbanding the Biological Survey Unit, increases in NSF/NIH funding, undocumented pollution in Houston, border wall funded w/ conservation restrictions, and more
This week in science policy news -- Texas looks at the conservation status of the whooping crane, and the rare dunes sagebrush lizard, Sens Cruz and Nelson advocate for the International Space Station, concerns arise after the EPA announces reorganization proposals, Texas prepares for potential energy shortages during summer, and more