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Science by Scientists: S&T Policy fellows Produce New Podcast

Listen up, podcast fans: The AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellows are working to cultivate public dialogue on science and science policy with the help of a new medium. Developed, written, and
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AAAS and March for Science Partner to Uphold Science

Scientists have joined rallies to show support for science and the process of discovery that has long delivered progress.
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Scientific Groups Vow to Carry On the Spirit of the March for Science

Leaders of many scientific societies and associations pledge in a joint statement to build on the momentum sparked by the March for Science and continue defending the scientific enterprise.
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Nature Provides Valuable Services That Benefit All, Experts Say

Read what experts from government, nonprofit organizations and academia said about the role played by the natural forces of ecosystems in protecting adjacent lands and local communities. The day-long
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Fellow Joins Other Scientists in Bid for Congress

Randy Wadkins was a 2015-16 Biophysical Society Congressional Science and Engineering Fellow hoping to return to Capitol Hill – this time, as a member of U.S. House of Representatives. Watch the video
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AAAS Launches New Initiative on Local and State Advocacy

The initiative will engage AAAS members as advocates for the inclusion of scientific evidence in public policy discussions at state and local levels in the United States. First issue on the docket:
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