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Vol. XXXIII No. 2November/December 2020

LGBTQ+ Scientists and STEM

Timothy F. Jamison be heart-wrenching, inspiring, and constructive, from the very first word of the article – “Invisible”. It provides summaries of important studies whose data indicate a profound sense of marginalization...

Vol. XXXIII No. 5May/June 2021

Lily Tsai New Chair of the Faculty

Newsletter Staff the World Bank, and governance innovation hubs to integrate social and behavioral science with data science and design thinking to develop and evaluate creative solutions, policies, and practices. These...

Vol. XXXII No. 5May/June 2020

Words + Words + Words

Sandy Alexandre
...than just our thanks. The way to thank words (along with the efforts to put those words together as well-crafted arguments, irrefutable evidence, persuasive data, and stirring cris de couer)...

Vol. XXXIII No. 3January/February 2021

New Leadership for Science Policy from Washington; Professor Gang Chen and Trump’s Last Anti-Science Campaign; Fresh Winds for the Nation from Biden/Harris; Honorary Degrees, Confederate Statues, and Naming Buildings

Jonathan A. King, Helen Elaine Lee, Nasser Rabbat
...and collaboration, both in the private biopharma sector, and in the international arena. The critical importance of public databases – such as the Genome Database and the Protein Structure Database...

Vol. XXXIII No. 5May/June 2021

What’s In a Name?

Robert D. van der Hilst , Aarti Dwivedi, Jennifer Fentress, Bradford H. Hager, Deepa Rao, Kasturi Shah, Susan Solomon, Lily Zhang
...process – students, staff, postdocs, research scientists, faculty, and alumni – for their thoughtful engagement and insightful feedback. Editor’s Note: Click here for a biographical sketch of Dixie Lee Bryant....

Constituting a Continuing National Nuclear Disarmament Coordinating Committee (NDCC)

...development 1963 of the first nuclear weapons treaty with the USSR. Bernard Feld was the founding editor of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. Henry Kendall founded the Union of...


...the Editorials, which reflect views of the Editorial Subcommittee for that issue, or the Editorial Board of the FNL as a whole. Although faculty are given preference, submission of articles...

William C. Earnshaw: Need Title

...well for us. But Uli taught me how to isolate and image mitotic chromosomes, and this has remained my passion for the rest of my life. You can learn a...

Vol. XXXII No. 5May/June 2020

CMS/W and Racial Justice: A Path Forward

...should respond and report. For context, our department should request data on the number, character, and disposition of cases involving charges of racism Institute-wide, as part of the provost’s annual...

Vol. XXXIII No. 5May/June 2021

On the 20th Anniversary of OpenCourseWare: How It Began

Hal Abelson, Shigeru Miyagawa, Dick K. P. Yue
...Learning Study Group presented its report to the Academic Council. The report contained a treasure trove of data gleaned from interviews with 50 external organizations engaged in e-learning, responses to...
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