Op-Eds

Competitiveness & Innovation

Mina Hanna
Federal research funds caught in political vise link goes off APS website
Houston Chronicle

Matthew Bobrowsky
Fund science; it's key to our economy link goes off APS website
The Baltimore Sun

Michael S. Lubell
Policies of the future should not be tied to science of the past link goes off APS website
Roll Call

Rachel E. Scherr
What keeps girls from studying physics and STEM link goes off APS website
The Seattle Times

Kenneth Rudinger
Shutdown threatens science link goes off APS website
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Vernon Ehlers
Retain robust federal support for scientific research link goes off APS website 
Grand Rapids Press

John Mergo
Congress must protect our nation's sciences link goes off APS website
Chillicothe Gazette

Norm Augustine
America, we have a problem link goes off APS website
San Francisco Chronicle

Craig Barrett
Flagging economy needs science investments Format - PDF
San Francisco Chronicle

Bill Evenson
Congress Has a Chance to Boost U.S. Innovation Format - PDF
Salt Lake Tribune

Defense

Jay Davis
A Nuclear 9/11 Format - PDF
Washington Post

Energy

Simon Bare
The Helium Crisis
The Hill

Sarit Dhar
Science Deserves Federal Funding Format - PDF
Opelika-Auburn News

Burton Richter
The Senate Can Improve on the House Bill link goes off APS website
Roll Call

Burton Richter and Arthur Rosenfeld
Short-term fixes to high energy prices aren't sustainable link goes off APS website
San Francisco Chronicle

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APS members interested in writing op-eds about maintaining robust federal funding for scientific research should contact Tawanda W. Johnson, APS Press Secretary, at tjohnson@aps.org or 202-662-8702.