Science policy weekly roundup: January 25, 2019 ?>

Science policy weekly roundup: January 25, 2019

Apply for the ASBMB Student/Postdoc Capitol Hill Day

The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology is accepting applications for its annual Student/Postdoc Capitol Hill Day. Apply today for your chance to discuss the importance of science with your congressional representatives. The deadline to apply is Feb. 10. Apply today.

 

Meet the new ASBMB ATP delegates

The ASBMB is proud to introduce the new delegates in its second cohort of the society’s Advocacy Training Program. These ASBMB members from across the U.S. will be learning various ways to advocate for science in their communities. Learn more here.

 

Partial government shutdown continues to damage U.S. science

Entering the 35th day of a partial U.S. government shutdown, effects are increasingly being felt by scientists funded by the National Science Foundation and other federal science agencies, including NASA. Because of the shutdown, grants from these agencies are not being accepted, reviewed or distributed. Read more here.

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