• Why I'm taking to streets to march on behalf of science
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    Why I took to streets to march on behalf of science

    Fellow Shaye Wolf published an op-ed in The Mercury News leading up to the March for Science on why she would march.

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  • We Marched for Science!
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    We Marched for Science and the Climate!

    Switzer Fellows marched on Earth Day for science and one week later for the climate.

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Ayana Johnson: Co-leader of the 'March for Science'

Fellow Ayana Johnson became one of the driving forces behind the March for Science in Washington, D.C.—the first march she’s ever organized—because she thinks her profession is “at risk” under President Donald Trump.

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Apr 25, 2017
Like many warriors, Shaye Wolf is ready to march. She says Pres. Donald Trump’s administration is carrying out a “war on science” with proposed cuts in scientific research funding...Read more >
Apr 7, 2017
Farmers seeking to invest in crops with limited environmental impact should read up on a new report suggesting mushrooms are among the friendliest on the planet. A summary of the two-year study says...Read more >
Apr 6, 2017
The U.S. Navy is enlisting the help of seals – but not the kind of highly trained special operatives with whom it usually associates. Real seals, specifically their whiskers, may be the key to...Read more >
Apr 5, 2017
As the dust settles on President Donald Trump’s proposed cuts to critical transportation funding, Bay Area leaders are calling the plan hypocritical in light of the administration’s...Read more >

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