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- Senate Advances NASA, NSF, NOAA, NIST Funding Proposals
- White House Hosts STEM Ed Summit
- AAAS Holding S&T Policy Forum
- Plus: In Case You Missed It / Events / Opportunities

Sen. Jerry Moran (R-KS)

- Science Spending Bills Advancing Rapidly
- Defense Policy Bill Reaches Senate Floor
- EU Releases Horizon Europe R&D Proposal
- Plus: In Case You Missed It / Events / Opportunities

LCLS-II Cryomodule

- House to Vote on DOE Funding Bill
- China–US S&T Tensions Flaring
- NASA Imposes Decadal Mission Cost Cap
- Plus: In Case You Missed It / Events / Opportunities

Chris Fall

- Trump Picks DOE Office of Science Director
- FY19 Science Spending Bills Continue to Advance
- Bridenstine Weighs in on Climate Science, WFIRST
- Plus: In Case You Missed It / Events / Opportunities

Rep. John Culberson (R-TX)

- Science Funding Bills Moving Quickly in House
- Physicist-Policymakers Blast US Withdrawal from Iran Nuclear Deal
- Science Committee to Debate Climate Change Solutions
- Plus: In Case You Missed It / Events / Opportunities

Mike Simpson at Idaho National Laboratory

- House Appropriators Propose Another DOE Science Boost
- NSB Elects New Leadership
- NSF, Air Force Forming New Partnership
- Plus: In Case You Missed It / Events / Opportunities

- EPA Science Proposal Stirs Controversy
- National Science Board Convenes
- NASA Exploring Strategic Futures
- Plus: In Case You Missed It / Events / Opportunities

Solar storm illustration

- Bridenstine Takes Helm of NASA
- Space Weather in Science Committee Spotlight
- EPA ‘Secret Science’ Regulation Under Review
- Plus: In Case You Missed It / Events / Opportunities

TESS Exoplanet Satellite

- Senate Appropriations Leadership Shifts
- Major NASA Bill Set for Committee Vote
- NIST Convening 'Unleashing American Innovation' Symposium
- Plus: In Case You Missed It / Events / Opportunities

2018 March for Science Posters

- March For Science This Weekend
- Science Budget Hearings Resume
- Science Committee Examining S&T 'Exfiltration'
- Plus: In Case You Missed It / Events / Opportunities

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