Public officials concealed their conflicts of interest and role in funding research that may have caused the pandemic, says health reporter Emily Kopp.
A bipartisan bill aimed to help the U.S. “compete” with China would only slow down scientific progress.
Study Finds Almost 40 Percent of People in Eight European Nations Would Like to Live "in a World Where Chemical Substances Don't Exist"
Such scientific ignorance is common in th US as well, and can have a harmful influence on government policy.
People are happier, healthier, and wealthier because freer markets have opened the floodgates of innovation, research, and development.
The result is consistent with lots of other evidence of widespread ignorance and bias influencing public opinion on political and scientific issues.
Scott Pruitt blocks EPA-funded researchers from serving on the agency's advisory boards.
It would be ridiculous for the Trump Administration to try to suppress it now.
Climate Scientists Manipulated Temperature Data to Fool Politicians and Public, Claims 'Whistleblower'
Another update on the 'settled science' of climate change
Wikileaks reveals how activists orchestrated a campaign to silence climate researcher Roger Pielke Jr.
Massie hasn't met with anyone from the Trump transition team.
Compare his answers with Clinton, Trump, and Stein over at ScienceDebate.org
"Science, the pride of modernity, our one source of objective knowledge, is in deep trouble."
Are the Democrats really the Party of Science?
If not for Federal Aviation Administration meddling in supersonic flight innovation, we could zip around the world in a fraction of the time.
No mandatory GMO labels, no energy subsidies, open Yucca Mountain, encourage thorium reactors, etc.
More, better, and safer food - but only if regulators will stay out of the way.
A debate over biotechnology previews the regulatory innovation that could stop innovation
A scitech research and policy round up for January 7, 2016
A scitech research and policy roundup for January 6, 2016
Biomedical Study Reproducibility Scandalously Bad, Evidence for "Free Will," and Robot Rebellion by 2055
A scitech research and policy round up for January 5, 2016
I'm a bioethicist, and I am here to help slow down scientific and medical progress
Agency still treats consumers like idiots
Why privilege solar over all the other technologies, including some that may not even be invented yet?
$28 billion in research funding wasted every year.
Is life better than death; health better disease; wealth better than poverty? Opinions vary.
Environmental activists favor secret science
Testing company 23andMe expresses its gratitude
Disinformation specialists are everywhere
Why there will not be a global climate change treaty in 2015