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Attacks on Science

Attacks on Science

Our running list of attacks on science—disappearing data, silenced scientists, and other assaults on scientific integrity and science-based policy—provides a representative sample of threats to the federal scientific enterprise.
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Satellite Database

In-depth details on the 4,084 satellites currently orbiting Earth, including their country of origin, purpose, and other operational details.
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Biden Science Tracker

President Biden promised to make stronger federal science a priority for his administration. How well is the administration performing in turning this promise into action?
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Map showing readiness for November 2020 election by state

Voting and COVID-19

COVID-19 has amplified the US electoral system's many problems. Will state governments do what's needed to ensure a free and fair 2020 election?
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Summer Symposium

The International Summer Symposium on Science and World Affairs encourages the development of young security analysts, researchers, and policy makers.
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Shopping for Change

Under the slick supermarket packaging lies a food system that’s failing us. The good news is, we know how to build a better one.
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Science Network Leaders

Whether you’re an early career scientist, part of a science advocacy group on campus, or a more experienced scientist, the Science Network is here to help train and support experts as they advocate and engage with their communities.