Issued each Monday, FYI This Week highlights upcoming science policy events and summarizes news from the past week.

- Alondra Nelson Leaving OSTP
- Foster and Beyer Dropped From Science Committee
- US–India Technology Initiative Launches
- Plus: Events / Opportunities / Around the Web

- Science Committee Roster Filling Up
- NASA, DARPA Team on Nuclear Propulsion
- AI Frameworks Released
- Plus: Events / Opportunities / Around the Web

- Particle Physicists Release 'Snowmass' Strategy Report
- DOE Creating ‘Earthshot’ Research Centers
- Congress Continues Organizing
- Plus: Events / Opportunities / Around the Web

- Republicans Shuffle Science Appropriators
- House May Seek 20% Non-defense Budget Cut
- OSTP Publishes Scientific Integrity Framework
- Plus: Events / Opportunities / Around the Web

- US to Appoint Technology Envoy
- House Braces for Fractious Session
- DARPA Funds Microelectronics Centers
- Plus: Events / Opportunities / Around the Web

- 118th Congress Begins
- Science Agencies Get FY23 Budget Boost
- Republicans Float NOAA Reorganization
- Plus: Events / Opportunities / Around the Web

- FY23 Spending Legislation Imminent
- DOE Voids Oppenheimer Decision
- Fusion ‘Ignition’ Milestone Achieved
- Plus: Events / Opportunities / Around the Web

- DOE Announcing Fusion 'Breakthrough'
- Defense Policy Update Advancing
- Basic Energy Sciences Strategy to Get Checkup
- Plus: Events / Opportunities / Around the Web

- Particle Physics Planning Process Starting
- Commerce Secretary Outlines US Tech Strategy at MIT
- Science Committee Probes Antarctica Harassment 
- Plus: Events / Opportunities / Around the Web

- ITER Faces New Setback
- European Space Agency Sets Three-Year Agenda
- Senators Examining Earth Observation Programs
- Plus: Events / Opportunities / Around the Web