President Snyder writes about the urgent need to renew the government-university partnership and argues that the time is ripe for bold federal investments in scientific research and student aid.
AAU President Barbara R. Snyder issued a statement about the House Science Committee's decision today to advance the National Science Foundation for the Future Act (H.R. 2225) and the Department of Energy Science for the Future Act (H.R. 3593).
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In an article for Change Magazine, the government-university partnership has advanced human health, enhanced security, and has fueled technological innovation and economic growth.
AAU President Coleman gave an address at the AAAS Forum on Science &Technology Policy to discuss current threats to the government-university research partnership.
Eric S. Lander, the founding director of the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, is worried that no one seems to be arguing about what needs to be done to ensure America's position as the world's leader in science and technology.
Maria T. Zuber, vice president for research at M.I.T., writes that amid the turbulence in Washington, "It’s easy to miss the fact that part of what’s at stake is America’s dominance in science, engineering, and innovation."
Rebecca Blank, chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Brad Schwartz, CEO of the biomedical Morgridge Institute for Research in Madison, wrote in support of basic science in this commentary published by The Hill.
In this blog post, AAU President Coleman explains the unique partnership between the federal government and American universities to perform research to strengthen national security, improve public health, and bolster economic competitiveness.
Nicholas S. Zeppos, chancellor of Vanderbilt University, calls on Congress to once again protect a government-university partnership that has produced "breakthrough upon breakthrough."