Incarceration matters; Protecting global diversity; Public role in reviewing gene editing.
Congressional budget deal eases spending limits; House to debate energy regulations; Science Committee and NOAA battle continues; Bipartisan senators ask GAO to study climate change costs; NSF releases updated data on higher education R&D.
Jose Guimon, Laurens Klerkx, Thierry de Saint Pierre
Lynn T. Kozlowski
Andrew C. Revkin
Decades of reporting on climate science and the climate policy debate have led me through a long evolution in my thinking, and I hope to a little practical wisdom.
Researchers who flirt with the idea that more authoritarian governance would help us address global warming are badly mistaken. What’s really needed is more democracy.
Richard K. Lester
A variety of timely forces are inspiring a renewed push for nuclear energy. Here is a proposed roadmap for innovation over the next few decades.
A venture capitalist takes on fusion energy.
Evidence-based policies for improving care and treatment of those with serious mental illness are urgently needed—but good evidence is hard to find.
Larger and larger samples are showing smaller and smaller effect sizes. What does this mean for drug development, clinical practice, and our view of mental illness?
Environmental regulators would do a better job protecting air quality and public health if they worked with local communities.
A scifi future that wants to forget its history.
Christopher H. Foreman Jr.
Paul A. T. Higgins