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APS Members in Congress

  • Bill Foster (D-IL 14th)
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APS Members - Directors of OSTP
OSTP is the Office of Science and Technology Policy. The OSTP Director is Science Advisor to the President.

  • John P. Holdren (Obama)
  • John H. Marburger, III (G.W. Bush)
  • Neal F. Lane (Clinton)
  • John H. Gibbons (Clinton)
  • D. Allan Bromley (G.H.W. Bush)
  • William R. Graham (Reagan)
  • H. Guyford Stever (Ford)

APS Exclusives

From Capitol Hill Quarterly
Science and physics news relevant to legislative affairs. Each issue includes an exclusive article by a current member of Congress with a perspective on science.

 U.S. Rep. Ted Yoho
Rep. Yoho
(R-FL 3rd District)
U.S. Needs Strong R&D Portfolio to Remain Globally Competitive
Cynthia Lummis
Rep. Lummis
(R-WY At-Large District)
Scientific Research is Crucial to America's Energy Future
Johnson
Rep. Johnson
(D-TX 30th)
NSF: The Gold Standard for Scientific Research Funding Throughout the World

APS Press Releases

March 26, 2014 - APS Begins Climate Change Statement Review as Part of Its Standard, Five-Year Process
March 12, 2014 - FIRST Act Introduced by House Science Committee Majority Fails Nation’s Scientific and Technology Enterprise
March 4, 2014 - APS Expresses Significant Concern for High Energy Physics, Fusion Energy Science Programs in President’s FY15 Budget Request
December 11, 2013 - U.S. Could Lose Critical Clean Electricity by 2030

 

 

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