U.S. 2022 Budget Passes, Containing Important Provisions for Psychological Science
U.S. President Biden signed into law an omnibus appropriations bill for fiscal year 2022 (FY22), funding the government through September.
Science Community Urges Action to Support Ukrainian Scientists
The letter identifies actions the government can take to better assist the thousands of students, researchers, and their families fleeing the country.
Funding and Policy: New NSF Science and Engineering Indicators Report Gives Global Context to Science Trends
NSF’s Science and Engineering Indicators Report suggests global R&D power is shifting to countries in East and South Asia.
Science in Service: Providing Behavioral Advice During a Pandemic
Michael Bang Petersen offers three principles for advising public policymakers based on his experience serving the Danish government.
Inside Grants: National Science Foundation EAGER Grant
Emily Balcetis shares her experiences responding to the 2020 “Strengthening American Infrastructure” program initiative.
APS Advocates for Psychological Science in New Pandemic Preparedness Bill
APS has written to the U.S. Senate to encourage the integration of psychological science into a new draft bill focused on U.S. pandemic preparedness and response.