A special collection of BioScience articles are now available that highlights some of the exciting new ways scientists and educators are mobilizing and using biodiversity data from natural history collections. Visit to see the collection: Natural History Collections: Advancing the Frontiers of Science.
After COVID relief negotiations between White House representatives and Democratic congressional leaders reached an impasse, President Trump signed a series of Executive Orders on August 8, 2020, the White House argued would restore lapsed benefits and address some of the pandemic’s economic impacts.
The latest BioScience Talks podcast has been released - In Their Own Words - Gene E. Likens.
The August 2020 issue of BioScience is now available on the Oxford University Press website.
The latest BioScience Talks podcast has been released - 21st Century Natural History Collections.
AIBS has announced a new webinar, Building Resilient Scientific Societies: Open Discussion on Member Engagement in the COVID Era, which will take place August 27, 2020 at 1:00pm ET.
On July 27, 2020, Republican lawmakers in the Senate unveiled a $1 trillion stimulus package to address the impacts of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The latest BioScience Talks podcast has been released - Hot Days and Tree Transpiration.
On behalf of the scientific, medical, and patient communities dedicated to advancing human health, we write to express our collective, strong support for the continued use of human fetal tissue in life-saving biomedical research.
Over the past two weeks, the House Appropriations Committee has swiftly advanced all twelve appropriations bills for fiscal year (FY) 2021. These bills will now be considered by the full House of Representatives.