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With Better Sharing, Neuroscientists Could Wring More Insights From Raw Data

With Better Sharing, Neuroscientists Could Wring More Insights From Raw Data

As researchers strive to unlock the secrets of the brain, they must do more to ensure that the huge amounts of data they generate are not locked up and inaccessible to other scientists who might glean
Fellow Helps Matt Damon Communicate Science

Fellow Helps Matt Damon Communicate Science

The origin of the universe. Climate change. Cloning. Hot-button issues like these often stall in the mire of public opinion. Sabrina McCormick, 2009-11 Executive Branch Fellow at EPA, hopes her work
National Science Board Recognizes AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships With Public
                Service Award

National Science Board Recognizes AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships With Public
Service Award

The National Science Board, the policymaking body of the National Science Foundation, announced 27 March that the AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships program is the recipient of the 2014
See Katie Run

See Katie Run

Katie McGinty, 1989-90 Congressional Fellow in the US Senate (sponsored by the American Chemical Society), is running for governor of Pennsylvania. She faces an open field of seven other candidates
Inclement Weather Selection Interview Contingency Plan

Inclement Weather Selection Interview Contingency Plan

We ask that Selection Committee members and semi-finalists scheduled for interviews on 3 March keep tabs on the federal government operating status via www.opm.gov. If the government is shut down due

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