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Research and development (R&D), both public and private sector driven, is a force that empowers Americans and populations across the globe to lead longer, healthier lives. The Research!America alliance advocates for the funding and policy environment needed to drive fast-paced medical and public health progress. Use the advocacy tools below to make the case for a greater federal commitment to life-saving R&D. 

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Major Changes Needed in Public Health

Americans largely think the COVID-19 pandemic has exposed major changes needed to

 

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SURVEY: Most Americans Cannot Name a Living Scientist or a Research Institution

According to a January 2021 survey commissioned by Research!America, most Americans (72%)

 

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Americans Believe the U.S. Should Be a Global Leader in Research

  While the United States has been the uncontested leader in research & development (R&D)

 

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Mary Woolley's Weekly Letter

The Clock is Ticking

Regardless of the final outcome of party control in the House and Senate for the 118th Congress, the current Congress must still pass a final FY23 spending package. The clock is ticking.

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Press Releases & Statements

First-of-its-Kind Report: U.S. Researchers Most Concerned Globally About Fighting Misinformation and Tackling Increased Online Abuse

Elsevier and Economist Impact Announce Findings from “Confidence in Research” Global Collaboration Note: In collaboration with Elsevier, Research!America organized and led the U.S. expert roundtable for the Confidence in Finding […]

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10,000 Lives Each Week

President Biden released the latest National Security Strategy, highlighting the pandemic preparedness imperative. Read more on this and how to prepare for midterm elections in this week's letter.

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Changing the Lexicon

Happy Thanksgiving Week! I’m writing early to give us all a holiday. Last Thursday and Friday, l capped off a week of visiting our members at the McKnight Brain Institute (MBI) and the Health Science

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Breaking through

The House Appropriations Committee released its FY19 Labor-HHS funding bill earlier today for subcommittee markup tomorrow morning.

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March Madness

OMB has recommended cuts to FY17 appropriations, which would precede, if you will, the proposed FY18 cuts. 

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Science not silence

In his inaugural address President Trump spoke of ushering in a “new millennium” to “unlock the mysteries of space, to free the earth from the miseries of disease, and to harness the energies, industries and

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