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President Donald Trump has named White House science adviser Kelvin Droegemeier to serve as acting director of the National Science Foundation. Get the news brief on GeekWire.
Concerns about international intellectual property theft are feeding into the formulation of new guidelines for auditing federal research funding. And the White House’s science adviser, Kelvin Droegemeier, says he’s trying to make sure the guidelines don’t become too restrictive. “For … Continue reading
Congress hasn’t yet approved a federal budget for the fiscal year that starts next month, but the White House is already setting an agenda for research and development in 2021. Hypersonic weapons, artificial intelligence, quantum computing, nuclear energy research and missions … Continue reading
Years after claiming that concerns over climate change were a “total, and very expensive, hoax,” President Donald Trump has chosen a widely respected expert on extreme weather and climate impacts to head the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. … Continue reading