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Bullet policy · Sep 12, 2022

Latest Public Policy Report

The Public Policy Report has been released. The report provides analysis and communication on important issues in the scientific community.

In this issue:

  • Gina McCarthy to Depart as White House Climate Adviser
  • New Director Appointed for NOAA Research
  • OSTP Seeks Input on Draft Standardized Disclosure Forms for Grant Applications
  • Report Finds Sexual Assault, Harassment Common in Antarctic Stations
  • Webinar Today: Current and Future Funding Opportunities at NSF
  • Enter the Faces of Biology Photo Contest
  • Short Takes

    • NSF Webinar on Postdoctoral Research Fellowships in Biology
    • OSTP Requests Comments on Federal Evidence Agenda on LGBTQI+ Equity
    • Call for Nominations: Future Directions for Antarctic Research
    • Join NIGMS for Their Early Career Investigator Lecture
  • From the Federal Register

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