Researchers at the nonpartisan science think tank support Biden’s executive order on the use of artificial intelligence in government.
[UPDATED] The Biden administration has decided to add a new nuclear gravity bomb to the US arsenal. The bomb will be known as the B61-13.
Despite the hype, the uptake of geothermal energy is still relatively low, with only 0.4% of U.S. electricity generated by geothermal.
These experienced policymakers will shape the Federation’s work supporting a more innovative federal government with the capacity to deliver. Washington, DC – November 2, 2023 – The Federation of American Scientists (FAS) today announced a collaboration with four exceptional senior scientific policy fellows: Cristin Dorgelo, Jennifer Pahlka, Kathy Stack, and Peter Bonner. The fellows will […]
Successful commercialization efforts have now grown across the country, but what do they have in common, and why do they work? Our experts weigh in.
“Permitting reform” may not sound sexy, but it is critical if the federal government wants to meet its clean energy and climate goals.
Tech Hub designation, from the bipartisan CHIPS & Science Act, will play a role in tomorrow’s economic strength and resiliency, says the Federation. Washington, DC – October 23, 2023 – The Federation of American Scientists (FAS) today announced their congratulations to the 31 communities across the United States designated as Tech Hubs by the Biden-Harris […]
If education policymakers are committed to supporting the “whole child,” then they need more measurements than just test scores or graduation rates.
Programs across the federal government are working to increase American health by making physical activity safer and more accessible, but most Americans still fail to get enough physical exercise, which has social and economic consequences.
New satellite imagery shows that preparations to deploy Russia’s new Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missile are well underway.
In contrast to the Biden administration’s Nuclear Posture Review, the Congressionally-mandated Strategic Posture Commission report is a full-throated embrace of a U.S. nuclear build-up.
“If you want your science to have an impact, you should find ways to elevate the visibility of your findings among policymakers.”