AIBS has received an award from NSF under its LEAPS program to support the development of a diversity conference that will engage and create a collaborative network of majority- and minority-serving biological scientific societies to foster cultural change.
AIBS has provided input to the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy on improving federal scientific integrity policies.
A coalition of scientific organizations have sent a letter to Dr. Eric Lander congratulating him on his confirmation to the position of OSTP Director and offering their assistance.
AIBS and the USA Nagoya Protocol Action Group are organizing an international workshop series in the fall of 2021 to explore how the international scientific community can study biodiversity in the changing landscape of international policy.
The Public Policy Report has been released. The report provides analysis and communication on important issues in the scientific community.
AIBS has been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation to support the development of an international workshop series on the access and benefit sharing of digital sequence information.
The House Appropriations Committee has now advanced all twelve spending bills for fiscal year (FY) 2022, approving significant increases for most federal science agencies and programs.
A coalition of 36 scientific societies, including AIBS, have urged leaders of the House Appropriations Committee to base any investigations into the origin and transmission of the COVID-19 pandemic on evidence-based research.
Drs. Senay Yitbarek (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), Karen Bailey (University of Colorado Boulder), Nyeema Harris (Yale University) join us to discuss inclusive sustainability and the ways in which it can be brought to bear in service of ecosystems and the humans who inhabit them.
The July 2021 issue of BioScience is now available on the Oxford University Press website.