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Bullet policy, statements · Dec 14, 2023

Science Coalitions Request Supplemental Funding for Key Science Agencies

A group of scientific coalitions representing nearly 200 research organizations and societies have sent a letter to congressional appropriators urging the inclusion of $13 billion in a supplemental spending package to advance national and economic security and maintain U.S. competitiveness.
Bullet policy, statements · Dec 14, 2023

AIBS Endorses Letter Requesting 5 Percent Increase for USDA Research

Forty-five organizations, including AIBS, have sent a letter to the White House Office of Management and Budget and Office of Science and Technology Policy requesting a 5 percent funding increase for the USDA Research, Education, and Economics mission area in FY 2025.
Bullet events, workshops · Dec 05, 2023

AIBS Communications Boot Camp for Scientists

AIBS offers this workshop to help the science community learn how to engage and inform decision-makers and have the opportunity to become effective and engaged communicators.
Bullet events, policy · Dec 05, 2023

AIBS Congressional Visits Day

Join the American Institute of Biological Sciences on April 15-17, 2024 for our annual Congressional Visits Day in Washington, DC.