Dr. Ralph Baric, a leading epidemiologist, is working on finding a treatment for this virus. He discusses what we know and what we still don’t know about the coronavirus. Every
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As OSTP considers policies and guidelines on key issues that impact the U.S. research enterprise, The CLS believed it vital to provide a response to the RFI. In its comments, CLS focused on research security—a subject core to sustaining a global research enterprise.
Contact: Lynn Marquis, firstname.lastname@example.org The Coalition for the Life Sciences (CLS) applauds congressional leadership and the Administration for working together on a measure that increases discretionary funding limits for fiscal
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Scientists spend much of their time in the lab, doing research, writing grants, drafting papers, serving as mentors, giving presentations/seminars, and performing numerous other duties necessary to advance science. But scientists need to add one more responsibility — that of being a citizen scientist. Scientific citizenship encompasses the responsibility of the community of scientists to help the public and elected officials understand the impact of research on human health.
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