Evidence-driven policy; Model behavior; Alice Aycock; Wet drones; Robots aren't taking your job; Climate change on the right; Does U.S. science still rule?; Chinese aspirations
Details of administration's proposed FY2015 budget
David Schleifer, Alison Fairbrother
One Woman's Quest to Save the Chesapeake Bay from the Dietary Supplement Industry
Niki Vermeulen, Molly Bain
Trying to add another chapter to the long history of yeast studies, scientists at the cutting edge of knowledge confront the painful realities of science funding.
Allison Marsh, Lizzie Wade
Federal budget cutting is undermining the value of the museums' invaluable collections by reducing funds for maintenance, cataloging, acquisition, and access.
The nearly forgotten books stored away quietly in libraries contain the ancestral ideas of current practices and methodologies of illustration.
Possible solutions to the world's energy, food, environmental, and other problems are far more likely to be found in nearby oceans than in distant space.
David Garman, Kerry Emanuel, Bruce Phillips
Developing a broad and effective portfolio of technology options could provide the common ground on which conservatives and liberals agree.
A practical story of making science useful for society, with lessons destined to grow in importance.