AIBS has joined nearly 100 agricultural research stakeholder groups in expressing support for President Joe Biden’s nominee Dr. Chavonda Jacobs-Young to serve as Under Secretary for Research, Education, and Economics at the USDA.
The Coalition for National Science Funding (CNSF), of which AIBS is a member, has provided policy recommendations to the White House in response to the Biden Administration’s FY 2023 R&D priorities.
The Coalition for National Science Funding, of which AIBS is a member, has urged House and Senate appropriators to provide robust funding for NSF in fiscal year (FY) 2022.
A coalition of 132 agricultural research stakeholder groups has called on House and Senate leadership to prioritize and protect the vital investments in agricultural climate research, agricultural research infrastructure, and agricultural innovation included in the ‘Build Back Better’ infrastructure package.
A broad coalition of 111 stakeholder organizations have sent a letter to congressional leadership in support of robust funding for NSF in pending infrastructure legislation.
AIBS has joined a group of 41 scientific societies and higher education associations in asking lawmakers to provide support and legislation to assist students and scholars who have been displaced by the current crisis in Afghanistan.
The Coalition for National Science Funding (CNSF) has issued a statement applauding the strong allocation for NSF provided by the House Science, Space and Technology Committee in the budget reconciliation bill.
A group of scientific organizations and institutions, including AIBS, have called on congressional leadership to include the Bioeconomy Research and Development Act of 2021 in legislation to bolster the U.S. research enterprise.
AIBS has joined 30 other scientific organizations in urging lawmakers to include provisions aimed at improving the retention of international STEM talent in legislation being crafted in response to the 2022 budget resolution and reconciliation instructions.
A group of 30 professional societies and academic organizations, including AIBS, have written to the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy asking the Administration to provide visa assistance to Afghan scientists, engineers, and technical professionals seeking to leave Afghanistan.