U.S. Climate Scientists Flee For France To 'Make Our Planet Great Again'
Fourteen climate researchers, including six from U.S. universities, have been selected for French President Emmanuel Macron’s “Make Our Planet Great Again” initiative. The scientists applied to move to France to carry out climate science projects in the country’s top research laboratories.
The results of the latest public opinion survey undertaken by Research!America showed that 67% of respondents had a positive image of science and indeed thought that public policy should be based on the best science available.
Why Brexit Runs Completely Counter to Modern Science
Whilst Brexit looms more ominously in the background, the next generation of data publishing is moving towards an ever-more collaborative and open place in which researchers can easily choose to make discoveries and data sets available across borders and cultures.
Congrats young scientists, you face the worst research funding in 50 years
In an appearance before the House of Representatives Committee on Appropriations, Dr. Francis Collins, head of NIH, offered a familiar warning to lawmakers considering future appropriations for scientific research.