Scientists and Politicians. HARRY S. HALL. The transcripts of various Congressional hearings contain many pages of fascinating infor- mation. In the following. Scholars globally are feeling the heat from politicians. They should take inspiration from scientists in the s who raised the alarm over.
Many of the incoming science experts on the Hill hold medical degrees PhD scientists and one PhD mathematician among the members. On Thursday, 10 new science-credentialed candidates went to The scientifically-inclined members of the th Congress included one physicist, Nevada's turnout was enormous, with twice as many early voters as there.
In January, PRI had the pleasure of hosting Manhattan Institute fellow Heather Mac Donald at a luncheon in Southern California to discuss her. A new initiative that goes by the name, STEM the Divide, is looking to bring scientists out of the lab and into public office. STEM the Divide is.