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New Report: “Impact of US Research Security Policies: US Security and the Benefits of Open Science and International Collaborations”
The pace of scientific discovery and the translation of those discoveries into usable technologies has greatly accelerated in the past decades, resulting in a highly competitive world where nations are now challenging the United States’ leadership in science, technology, and innovation.
Research Security Policies & Their Impacts: Key Results of APS Member Survey
New data from a September 2021 survey by the American Physical Society of more than 3,200 physics professionals and students shows that the US federal government’s current approach to addressing research security concerns is weakening, not strengthening, the US scientific enterprise.
Issue Brief: Visa Uncertainty and Inaction Drives Declines in International Enrollment
New APS survey results reveal that more than two-thirds of the international, first-year physics PhD students who were slated to enroll in fall 2020 are still not on campus.
Issue Brief: US R&D Community Pandemic Recovery Lagging
The federal government’s response to the impacts of the pandemic on the scientific enterprise is imperative, as highlighted by a recent APS Office of Government Affairs (OGA) issue brief.
New Report: “Building America’s STEM Workforce: Eliminating Barriers and Unlocking Advantages”
The APS Office of Government Affairs has released a new report titled “Building America’s STEM Workforce: Eliminating Barriers and Unlocking Advantages.”
New Report: "How International Students and Researchers Benefit the United States: Their Experiences, Their Stories"
The APS Office of Government Affairs released a new report titled “How International Students and Researchers Benefit the United States: Their Experiences, Their Stories.”
New Report: "Attracting the Best Students in the World to US Universities: Challenges and Opportunities"
The APS Office of Government Affairs has released a report titled “Attracting the Best Students in the World to US Universities: Challenges and Opportunities.”