A diverse group of stakeholders, including AIBS, have written to lawmakers about how agricultural research could help improve climate outcomes.
AIBS has joined a broad coalition of 104 organizations in urging appropriators to provide the highest possible fiscal year 2023 allocation for the Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Appropriations Subcommittees to robustly fund the basic and applied research and education programs that fall under the subcommittee’s portfolio.
AIBS has provided written testimony to the House and Senate Appropriations Committees regarding fiscal year (FY) 2023 funding for the National Science Foundation.
AIBS has joined 50 other stakeholder organizations in urging lawmakers to provide at least $1.9 billion to the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) in fiscal year 2023.
As Congress begins conference negotiations on legislation to advance U.S. innovation, a group of 83 organizations, including AIBS, have urged lawmakers to oppose the inclusion of harmful provisions that would change current public access policies for peer-reviewed journals.
As Congress proceeds with conference negotiations on legislation to advance U.S. scientific competitiveness, a group of scientific and academic organizations, including AIBS, have written to lawmakers urging removal of problematic provisions that focus on gain of function research.
The Coalition for National Science Funding has called on House and Senate Appropriators to provide at least $11 billion for NSF in fiscal year 2023.
AIBS has joined a group of academic institutions and scientific societies in urging lawmakers to boost funding for the Environmental Protection Agency's Science and Technology account in fiscal year 2023.
AIBS has joined the Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI) Coalition in urging lawmakers to provide $700 million for AFRI in fiscal year 2023.
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.