This month in #scipol: pollution in Texas, cheap solar power, deforestation in Brazil, defunded university in Alaska, comet lander, exascale computers water in India, Obamacare, gene patents, #MeTooSTEM, trusting scientists, and more!
This week in #scipol: baby T rex for sale, measles outbreaks, gene therapy, controversy at #txlege, EPA gets in its own way, sexual harasser fired, publishing deals, scary climate news, Israel crashes into the moon, and more!
This week in #scipol: red wolves are different from grey wolves, major floods on the way, Israel goes to the moon, anti-vaxx conversations in Texas and Japan, oil drilling banned in Arctic Ocean, HIV in the US, and more!
This week in #scipol: opinions on vaccines and climate change, legislative priorities of democrats and republicans, the "cure" for HIV, apologies for sexual harassment, Nature on ResearchGate, border wall in trouble, ANWR, 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!
This week in #scipol: endangered salmon, sexual harassment in academia, Scott Pruitt still in scandals, Sam Clovis retires from USDA, huge NIH public database on genetics, pollution in Texas, and more
This week in #scipol: EPA's secret science rule open for public comments; farm bill will deregulate pesticide use & liability when it comes to endangered species; ancestry website catches killer & more on CDC/EPA/NIH/DOE etc
This week: EPA fails to mention climate change in its review of superfund sites affected by Harvey & proposed cuts to the superfund clean-up budget, WHO announces new anti-cholera campaign, whales are dying, California strikes down stay on methane regulation, and more
Part two of a post about a member's visit to DC to lobby Congressional staffers to increase federal science funding.
This week: Last week to submit your comments on repealing EPA regulations, opposing view points on Utah's Bears Ears, an outbreak of measles in Minnesota, caps on NIH research support, and more