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The “Beyond Electricity – Climate Change and the 75% problem” symposium.

Climate Change Responses Require an All-of-The-Above Strategy

Clean energy innovation needs to be accelerated and the suite of potential breakthrough technologies expanded to slow the pace of global warming, said Joseph Hezir during a presentation at the
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AAAS’ EPI Center Shares the Science of Election Security

In 2020, millions of Americans will cast votes in local, state, and federal elections. Voters no longer use outdated processes to cast ballots by pulling a mechanical lever or punching holes in a card
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Blog Feature: How to Transition into an STPF Fellowship

Blog Feature: How to Transition into an STPF Fellowship Robyn Craig Thu, 07/11/2019 - 11:28 Published Date Tue, 07/16/2019 - 11:27 Recently on the fellow-run blog and podcast, Sci on the Fly , fellows
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Long Lam (a fellow at the Department of Defense and 2017-18 fellow sponsored by IEEE) accepted a position with the Brattle Group as an associate. “My fellowship experiences taught me how to quickly evaluate key issues and stakeholders -- an important skill that I plan to build on in the next stage of my career.”


The Department of Defense will welcome fellow Shanni Silberberg, a current fellow at the National Science Foundation (NSF), as a program scientist in the Basic Research Office.