AIBS has provided input to the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy on improving federal scientific integrity policies.
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.
AIBS has joined nearly 50 scientific societies and organizations in calling on Congress to lead with science to understand and address the effects of climate change.
AIBS has joined 98 other scientific and medical organizations in endorsing a statement in support of continued use of human fetal tissue in research.
More than 450 scientific, agricultural, and rural development organizations and businesses have called on Congressional leadership to invest at least $200 billion over ten years to strengthen conservation, research, renewable energy, forestry, and regional food system and supply chain resilience programs.
AIBS has joined a group of 110 publishers, scientific societies, associations, and research-related organizations in expressing a commitment to advancing scientific communication through high-quality publications and responsible and sustainable public access.
AIBS has joined a group of scientific societies in providing recommendations to lawmakers on legislation pertaining to the National Science Foundation.
AIBS has joined a group of 24 scientific societies and organizations in requesting increased coordination and support for microbiome research across Federal science agencies.
AIBS has endorsed bipartisan legislation to expand the National Science Foundation's mission and budget.
AIBS has joined a group of scientific, professional, and academic organizations in sending a letter to federal science agencies and departments in support of diversifying the science advisory committees.