As scientists, we must stand up for science and ensure that it is not tossed aside in public policy and decision-making.
The loss of species of lice, fleas and worms could have profound ripple effects on the environment and might pave the way for new parasites to colonize humans and other animals with disastrous health outcomes.
I went to DC’s Smithsonian Museum of Natural History expecting to learn about the history of our planet. Instead, I stumbled upon a Koch-funded climate denial disaster.
The Office of Research and Development has been at the front line of virtually every environmental crisis. Trump wants to cut its funding in half.
With Netflix’s ascendancy and the way it’s changing viewing habits, “Bill Nye Saves the World” may be a huge opportunity for science education.
Rescission and reconsideration of science-based rules by the Trump administration present additional worries.