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1 Q&A: Why Is Science Writing Important to Society? A Scientist Explains
2 Britain launches plan to become a "science superpower"
3 The Week of June 15, 2020
4 The Best Summer Science Books Of 2020
5 Grieving and frustrated: Black scientists call out racism in the wake of police killings
6 MSU's Marcus wins Lifetime Achievement Award from history society
7 Wickham '21 Speaks on the Black Student Experience in STEM
8 A Word From the Healthcare Pros | Office for Science and Society
9 Environmental groups: R.I. needs bold carbon-price plan
10 Profiles List | Office for Science and Society
11 239 experts with 1 big claim: The coronavirus is airborne
12 Science Professional Societies Announce 2020-21 Congressional Science and Engineering Fellows
13 Why The Office Simply Cannot Go Away: The Compelling Case For The Workplace
14 Government fires up R&D across the country to cement the UK as science superpower
15 RIP Rep. Roger Jenkins
16 Ali Jadbabaie named head of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
17 Addressing racism, equity and diversity in the sciences
18 COVID and More: Conversations with the McGill Office for Science and Society
19 'They're Living With It Every Day': Environmental Injustices Leave Minorities With Pollution Anxieties
20 FY21 Budget Request: DOE Office of Science
21 Flagstaff Religion News
22 North Shore Animal Hospital marks golden anniversary
23 Foust Forward | How will the pandemic change NASA?
24 'Scientifically Fearless' Cancer Researcher Zena Werb Dies at 75
25 What Would Life Look Like If We Become A Prophylactic Culture?
26 Migrant women deliberately left out of UK abuse bill, say campaigners
27 Trio takes Forensic Science’s unity to the next level
28 Suspected Covid-19 outbreaks in English workplaces double in a week
29 Final FY20 Appropriations: DOE Office of Science
30 Care home residents and staff to get regular Covid-19 tests
31 Our commitment to an inclusive Vanderbilt
32 Hidden in Plain Sight — Reconsidering the Use of Race Correction in Clinical Algorithms
33 Trottier Symposium: LONGING FOR LONGEVITY | Office for Science and Society
34 Department of Energy Announces $33 Million for 2020 Technology Commercialization Fund Projects | Department of Energy
35 The best birthday present for the NHS? An end to its institutional racism
36 Meet the candidates for Hillsborough School Board District 5
37 Whitcomb: Fireworks in the Federal System; Providence Bankruptcy? How Very Burrillville
38 Science groups, senator warn Trump administration not to change publishing rules
39 Longing for Longevity | Office for Science and Society
40 Church News: Week of July 4, 2020
41 Office of Science and Technology Policy
42 Staff
43 STEM Action Center earns $99.5K NSF grant to develop Idaho STEM EcosySTEM
44 Religious summer camps — a cultural mainstay — head home during the pandemic
45 Mission and History
46 Rumours fly about changes to US government open-access policy
47 Engineers Australia
48 The 10 science policy stories to watch in 2020
49 'We had to act.' How coronavirus fears forced physics society to nix giant meeting
50 Science Under Attack: How Trump Is Sidelining Researchers and Their Work
51 National Academies Provide Rapid Response to White House on Coronavirus Data Needs
52 Spending Deal Buoys Science Agency Budgets
53 Standing Committee on Emerging Infectious Diseases and 21st Century Health Threats
54 Ph.D.–turned–policy insider takes over world's largest science society
55 Goodbye to open office spaces? How coronavirus is reshaping the workplace.
56 Department of Energy Announces $60.7 Million to Advance Quantum Computing and Networking
57 Trump Seeks Familiar Science Cuts, Favors 'Future' Industries
58 Trump Executive Order on Academic Research Vexes Science Groups
59 Why Remote Work Sucks, According To Science : Planet Money
60 The Week of February 3, 2020
61 Long work hours at the office linked to both regular and hidden high blood pressure
62 Kelvin K. Droegemeier
63 How early-career scientists are coping with COVID-19 challenges and fears
64 The Trottier Public Science Symposium | Office for Science and Society
65 Scientists must rise above politics — and restate their value to society
66 How much are you polluting your office air just by existing? Experiments in a building equipped with thousands of sensors could have answers
67 Third Coronavirus Response Bill Includes Research Boost
68 What institutions can do to improve science communication
69 Meet the psychologist exploring unconscious bias—and its tragic consequences for society
70 FY21 Budget Request: STEM Education
71 Six foot social-distancing will not always be enough for COVID-19
72 Congress Should Revive the Office of Technology Assessment
73 COVID-19 and the built environment: Examining how building design can influence disease transmission
74 NASA soars and others plummet in Trump's budget proposal
75 MSU faculty, students honored by Weed Science Society of America
76 What They Are Saying: Support For DOE's New Artificial Intelligence and Technology Office
77 Student projects use computing to ensure technology serves society
78 Plants can improve your work life: The mere sight of an indoor plant can reduce stress
79 Remembering Kenneth Keniston, founder of the MIT Program in Science, Technology, and Society
80 The Week of January 27, 2020
81 NSF Responds to JASON Research Security Report
82 'I'm going to keep pushing.' Anthony Fauci tries to make the White House listen to facts of the pandemic
83 Twelve Princeton faculty elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences
84 'A completely new culture of doing research.' Coronavirus outbreak changes how scientists communicate
85 Spain to establish parliamentary office of science
86 The art of the pandemic: How Trump walked the US into the Covid-19 era
87 Department of Energy to Provide $50 Million for Fusion Energy and Plasma Science Research | Department
88 Federal Research: Additional Actions Needed to Improve Public Access to Research Results
89 Final FY20 Appropriations: DOD Science and Technology
90 Embracing the Uncertainties
91 “The privilege of public service” given as the Ditchley Annual Lecture
92 How to stay healthy when you eventually return to the office post-pandemic
93 Telecommuting found to have little impact on corporate careers: For telecommuters, success depends on multiple factors in the work setting
94 Opportunities
95 Frank Press, Former President of the National Academy of Sciences, Dies at Age 95
96 Want your government to increase funding for research? Here is what you can do
97 EPA’s ‘Secret Science’ Rule Meets with an Outpouring of Protest on Last Day for Public Comment
98 As remote work rises at U.S. companies, Trump is calling federal employees back to the office
99 Events
100 Coronavirus Is What You Get When You Ignore Science