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Science & Technology Action Committee

The non-partisan Science and Technology Action Committee (STAC) includes individuals from non-profit, academic, foundation and corporate institutions committed to dramatically increasing U.S. investment in science and technology (S&T).

Boldly committing to renewed S&T investment in the U.S. will spur innovation to:

  • Ensure the U.S. remains the global leader in science and technology.
  • Strengthen our national security.
  • Create a healthier population.
  • Grow our economy.

As part of its advocacy for science, STAC publishes resources that highlight the value of investing in innovation and make the case for much-needed investments in S&T to enable the U.S. to remain a global leader — we encourage you to read and share these materials:

     

Please also considering endorsing (as an organization or an individual) the Science & Technology Action Plan, which outlines several concrete actions toward a renewed national commitment to investing in S&T to surmount overarching societal threats.

Research!America is a founding member of STAC, which is co-chaired by Keith Yamamoto, Vice Chancellor for Science Policy & Strategy at UCSF; Sudip Parikh, CEO of the American Association for the Advancement of Science; Mary Woolley, President & CEO of Research!America; and Bill Novelli, Professor & Founder of the Business For Impact Center at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business.

In the News

Mary Woolley on Federal Investments for Medical, Science, and Technology Research

Watch the conversation on C-SPAN.. Mary joined C-SPAN’s Washington Journal in a

 

Mary Woolley's Weekly Letter

The Incredible, Incomparable ROI of R&D

With discussions ongoing between Congress and the President over raising the limit

 

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