science policy

“My view is that everyone who contributes to the scientific enterprise is a scientist. It’s not just lab work that makes up science.

President Joe Biden promised a busy first 100 days in office. Some of his plans can be accomplished through executive orders, while others may require cooperation with Congress.

Why is Europe persevering in restricting the use of agricultural biotechnology and why does it renounce its benefits?

Like democracy, everybody wants to be on the side of science.

When the COVID-19 pandemic finally slows down, there will be one burning question that all of us will want to know the answer to: "Who is to blame for the coronavirus?"

It hasn't been a good year for U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams.

The other day, CNN hosted a 7-hour long climate change town hall for the Democratic presidential candidates. This, of course, isn't the only scientific topic of relevance to Americans.

The British Parliament is something to behold. And it's not just because of its storied history or the breathtaking neo-Gothic architecture of the Palace of Westminster.

I'm often left shaking my head in amazement at the CDC, for both good and bad reasons.

When asked what kept him awake at night, General James Mattis famously answered, "Nothing. I keep other people awake at night." But not everybody is as courageously confident as "Mad Dog" Mattis.