A three-step plan for using data right in an age of government overreach
The innovation industry faces an uncertain future, as long as the United States R&D Tax Credit remains a Congressional roller coaster ride.
In these final days before the 2016 election keep an eye on Maryland, New Hampshire and Missouri, where contested seats may have ramifications for science in the U.S.This video was reproduced with permission and was first published on October 29, 2016. It is a Nature Video production.
Congress (probably) won’t defund the government next week. But if they do, their decision will be disastrous for science.
From the White House to your house, federal agencies support citizen science
Unless a new patron emerges, the U.S. Government's High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program is threatened with closure next month
Behavioral science, when used correctly, can help everybody win
Rick Piltz passed away last Saturday. He spent decades working in the federal government and state government in Texas, and was a prominent whistleblower during the Bush administration.
Imagine being an astronomer in a world where the telescope was banned. This effectively happened in the 1600s when, for over 100 years, the Catholic Church prohibited access to knowledge of the heavens in a vain attempt to stop scientists proving that the earth was not the center of the universe. ‘Surely similar censorship could [...]