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Hundreds gather in Copley to ‘stand up for science’

On Saturday, Emily Southard, campaign director of and one of the rally’s organizers, said that the threats Trump has made against science have begun to come true. “Attacks on science are attacks on the public,” she said. Read more

‘We did not start this fight’: In Trump era’s dawn, scientists rally in Boston

The event, called the Rally to Stand Up for Science, was organized by the Natural History Museum, and a number of other groups, including the Union of Concerned Scientists. It was timed to coincide with the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), also occurring in downtown Boston. Read more

Trump places ridiculous gag order on EPA, USDA scientists

Southard said that the move “sets a dangerous precedent and is sending a chilling message to civil servants throughout the country,” adding that researchers “have a right to speak freely and duty to share their research publicly” and that “suppressing... scientists from communicating with the American public is a dangerous move that sets us on a path where policy decisions are divorced from reality.” Read more
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