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Episode 8 of “Pipettes and Politics” is available ?>

Episode 8 of “Pipettes and Politics” is available

The eighth episode of the ASBMB science policy podcast, “Pipettes and Politics,” is now available. In this episode, the ASBMB public affairs staff provides an update on fiscal year 2019 appropriations and the ASBMB’s response to the National Science Foundation’s new policy on harassment reporting on agency funded projects. Staff members also discuss the recently released National Academies report on supporting the next generation of biomedical and behavioral researchers, and the recommendations that the ASBMB submitted to the National Institutes…

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Science policy weekly roundup: May 11, 2018 ?>

Science policy weekly roundup: May 11, 2018

The ASBMB responds to the NSF’s efforts to address sexual harassment in science The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology’s Public Affairs Advisory Committee sent recommendations in response to the NSF’s request for comments on Important Notice No. 144, regarding the agency’s efforts to address sexual misconduct and harassment in the science community. The ASBMB PAAC recommended that NSF help establish standardized methods across universities to investigate misconduct claims; ensure privacy of reporters of sexual harassment; and publicize the…

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The National Academies releases report on supporting the next generation of biomedical and behavioral sciences researchers ?>

The National Academies releases report on supporting the next generation of biomedical and behavioral sciences researchers

  The National Academies released a report titled Supporting the Next Generation of Biomedical and Behavioral Sciences Researchers last month.  This report provides recommendations for research institutions and the federal government to implement with the goal of better supporting those who are pursuing careers in biological and social sciences. Included in the 18 recommendations are suggestions that urge Congress to create a Biomedical Research Enterprise Council, increase the budget of the National Institutes of Health with set-asides to support the…

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