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President Looks to Education Innovation in the FY25 Budget Request

An analysis of the President’s FY25 budget proposal by the Alliance for Learning Innovation found a lot to like.

05.02.24 | 3 min read
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Science Policy
Blog
Tracking Extreme Heat Federal Policy and Funding

We’ve created a tool to monitor the progress of federal actions on extreme heat, enhance accountability, and to allow stakeholders to stay informed on the evolving state of U.S. climate-change resilience.

05.01.24 | 3 min read
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FAS
Blog
Building Health Equity: Grace Wickerson

Wickerson was a few years into their doctoral work in material science and engineering at Northwestern University when the prospect of writing a policy memo with FAS cropped up at a virtual conference.

04.30.24 | 3 min read
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Social Innovation
Report
K-12 STEM Education For the Future Workforce: A Wish List for the Next Five Year Plan

Federal investment in STEM education/workforce development, though significant, can hardly be described as a generational response to an economic and national security crisis.

04.29.24 | 37 min read
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FAS
Press release
The Federation of American Scientists Presents Policy Proposals to Address the Human Toll of Extreme Heat, Hosts Summit with Arizona State University

In the absence of a national strategy to address the compounding impacts of extreme heat, states, counties, and cities have had to take on the responsibility of addressing the reality of extreme heat in their communities with limited resources.

04.29.24 | 5 min read
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Technology & Innovation
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Dr. Omer Onar, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Moving the Needle on Wireless Power Transfer

Dr. Onar’s work today will enable faster, more secure wireless charging for electric vehicle fleets, household appliances, and more.

04.29.24 | 6 min read
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Science Policy
day one project
Policy Memo
Enhancing Federal Climate Initiatives: Integrating Tech-Focused Green Jobs for Equity and Innovation

By advocating for the integration of technology-focused green jobs within federal initiatives, there is an opportunity to broaden the talent pool and harness the potential of emerging technologies to tackle pressing environmental issues.

04.26.24 | 21 min read
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Science Policy
Blog
The Wildfire Crisis and FAS: A Story of Policy Entrepreneurship

“We really wanted a range of perspectives – specifically from voices that have been traditionally left out of the conversation”

04.24.24 | 5 min read
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FAS
Press release
Federation of American Scientists Among Leading Technology Organizations Pushing Congress to Support Responsible AI Innovation NIST Funding Request

The joint advocacy effort calls for the establishment of an effective AI governance framework through NIST, including technical standards, test methods, and objective evaluation techniques for the emerging technology.

04.23.24 | 4 min read
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Science Policy
Blog
Climate Change Challenges and Solutions in Forestry & Agriculture

Understanding the implications of climate change in agriculture and forestry is crucial for our nation to forge ahead with effective strategies and outcomes.

04.19.24 | 7 min read
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FAS
Blog
Building Environmental Justice: Alexa White

Alexa White’s journey into the world of science policy started back when she was earning her undergraduate degree in biology and chemistry at Howard University.

04.18.24 | 3 min read
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Science Policy
Issue Brief
The U.S. Bioeconomy needs biomass, but what is it and how do we use it?

In the quest for sustainable energy and materials, biomass emerges as a key player, bridging the gap between the energy sector and the burgeoning U.S. and regional bioeconomies.

04.17.24 | 7 min read
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