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Science policy weekly news update: October 20, 2017

Published on:Fri, 20 Oct 2017 18:07:45 +0000
Category: Uncategorized

  What’s new in blotter news? The upcoming deadline of multiple science policy fellowships prompted my latest blog post with tips on how to apply for these opportunities. Read more here.   Jon Marcus of The Atlantic writes about the decline of public universities, focusing on the Midwest. Research universities that receive federal funding from…

Flashback Friday: Applying for Science Policy Fellowships

Published on:Fri, 20 Oct 2017 13:16:07 +0000
Category: Science policy training

  If you are reading this blog, you most likely have an interest in both science research and the politics and policies that affect the field. Those who want to try out a career in science policy might be looking for internships or fellowships or already be in the process of applying for them. As…

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May 2017 - Standing up for science

Last month, scientists from across this country and around the world marched in support of science. For many, it was their first time to advocate and make the case for the critical role that science plays in everyone’s lives. It was exciting to see such an impressive turnout. Read more  here .

April 2017 - President's Message: Science Matters

On April 22, people will gather in more than 300 cities across the U.S. and around the world for the  March for Science . The goals of the march are many, but in general, it aims to celebrate science and its vital public service role, promote respect for research and the scientific method, and defend the importance of evidence-based thinking and decision-making. Read more  here .

March 2017 - Let’s talk about reproducibility

In 2015, Leonard Freedman, the founder and president of the Global Biological Standards Initiative, and colleagues published a report that claimed $28 billion worth of biomedical research is irreproducible. The amount accounts for more than 50 percent of all preclinical research grants. Read more  here .

February 2017 - What is in the budget, Mr. President?

The Budget and Accounting Act of 1921 requires the president of the United States to submit a budget to the U.S. Congress for each fiscal year. The law goes so far as to provide a deadline for the submission: It requires that “on or after the first Monday in January but not later than the first Monday in February of each year, the President shall submit a budget of the United States Government for the following fiscal year.” Read more  here .

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