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A Weekly Advocacy Message from Mary Woolley: Talking about science at election time

Dear Research Advocate:

Ebola remains in the news. In the midst of the demoralizing finger pointing that seems to have taken the place of unity of mission that ought to characterize our nation, we are occasionally reminded that science is a problem solver. 469 more words

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Statement by Research!America President and CEO Mary Woolley on Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine

Research!America congratulates this year’s Nobel Prize winners in physiology or medicine, Professor John O’Keefe of the University College London, and May-Britt and Edvard Moser, both of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. 184 more words

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Research!America To Honor Leaders in Medical and Health Research Advocacy

Research!America To Honor Leaders in Medical and Health Research Advocacy

Robin Roberts, Michael Milken, Dr. Kenneth Olden,  David Van Andel, Dr. George Vande Woude and the Society for Neuroscience to Receive 2015 Research!America Advocacy Awards… 1,199 more words

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A Weekly Advocacy Message from Mary Woolley: Time to be honest with ourselves

Dear Research Advocate:

This week’s CDC announcement of the worst-case Ebola scenario is staggering. Saying, “Let’s be honest with ourselves …” President Obama addressed the UN this morning on the escalating threat posed by Ebola, urging world leaders to work together to address this truly global crisis. 676 more words

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New Political Action Committee to Back Science-Minded Democrats

By Jessica MacDonald (Newsworks)

Bryn Mawr chemistry graduate and former 8th District Democratic candidate Shaughnessy Naughton launched “314 PAC”, a political action committee that will back “scientifically literate” candidates campaigning for office on Capital Hill, … 163 more words

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