AIBS has signed on to a multi-stakeholder letter to the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology expressing support for the Scientific Integrity Act and urging its passage.
A group of scientific and academic organizations, including AIBS, has written to lawmakers expressing support for the immigration provision in the America COMPETES Act that exempts STEM graduates with advanced degrees from green card caps.
An international coalition of 26 scientific societies and organizations and 122 scientific researchers and professionals, led by AIBS, is calling for continued open access to digital sequence information on genetic resources.
AIBS has joined a coalition of scientific societies and organizations in condemning the invasion of Ukraine and urging policymakers to take quick action to support Ukrainian scientists.
Read AIBS' testimony to the House Appropriations Committee regarding fiscal year 2023 funding for biological research programs within the Smithsonian Institution, the U.S. Geological Survey, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the Environmental Protection Agency.
AIBS joined 50 other organizations and institutions in urging lawmakers to increase investments in research programs at the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
AIBS has joined a group of scientific and public health stakeholder organizations in expressing support for the Tracking Pathogens Act.
AIBS has joined 55 other scientific societies in a letter urging Congress to finalize fiscal year (FY) 2022 appropriations with robust funding for scientific research and development.
AIBS has joined other science stakeholders in urging congressional leadership to swiftly conference on the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act or USICA and the National Science Foundation for the Future Act and pass a joint bill that includes essential science and technology funding.
AIBS was among 32 public and environmental health stakeholder groups to urge Senate Appropriators to take prompt action to complete the fiscal year 2022 appropriations process and provide $6 million to the new Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Climate Change and Health Equity (OCCHE).