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

- ITER Mourns Director’s Death
- COMPETES Conference Underway
- National Science Board Elects New Chair
- Plus: Events / Opportunities / Around the Web

- DOE Science Nominee Set for Confirmation
- NSF Revs Up Regional 'Engines' Program
- Senators Weigh In on COMPETES Bill Priorities 
- Plus: Events / Opportunities / Around the Web

- Rare Isotope Facility Opens
- Biden Seeks Fast Visas for Russian Scientists
- SOFIA Telescope to Shutter
- Plus: Events / Opportunities / Around the Web

- DOE Leaders Testify on FY23 Budget
- Mathematician Goes on Trial
- OSTP Reviews 'Industries of the Future'
- Plus: Events / Opportunities / Around the Web

- Planetary Science Decadal Arrives
- Science Agencies Release Equity Plans
- Exonerated Scientists Speak Out Against DOJ
- Plus: Events / Opportunities / Around the Web

- New Directors Incoming for Fermilab, NIST
- Table Set for COMPETES Conference
- Chemist Convicted in China Initiative Case
- Plus: Events / Opportunities / Around the Web

- COMPETES Act Cleared for Conference
- Defense Innovation Legislating Begins New Cycle
- ARPA-H Reporting to HHS Secretary
- Plus: Events / Opportunities / Around the Web

- FY23 Budget Request Arrives
- NASA Revises Mars, Europa Plans
- Biophysics Decadal Survey Released
- Plus: Events / Opportunities / Around the Web

- Executives Bring CHIPS Funds Appeal to Senate
- Chemist on Trial in Lingering China Initiative Case
- NRC Complicates NIST Reactor Restart Plans
- Plus: Upcoming Events / Opportunities / Around the Web

- White House Hosts Fusion Summit
- Congress Passes FY22 Science Budgets
- CERN Suspends Russia
- Plus: Upcoming Events / Opportunities / Around the Web