Development aid can support local businesses, improve outcomes, and cut costs. Here’s how a Supply Chain Commercialization Fund can work with the private sector and build resilient health supply chains in Africa.
Over the past decade, algorithmic decision-making has increasingly impacted the lives of American consumers, and now is the time to ensure lending models offered by private companies are fair and transparent.
Here are industry leaders’ top three takeaways from this year’s Advanced Bioeconomy Leadership Conference.
A photo in a Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) student briefing from 2022 shows four people inspecting what appears to be a damaged B61 nuclear bomb.
Who do we celebrate when celebrating women’s history?
Economic innovation requires more sophisticated, focused, and better supported local economic planning. Here’s how to achieve it.
The U.S. should increase funding on genetically-engineered organisms to power agricultural sustainability and resiliency.
The past year has been an exciting time for the bioeconomy as U.S. government agencies work to update their approaches and improve coordination to better support bio-based products and processes.
In this critical year for reimagining wildland fire policy, we brought together stakeholders across science, technology, and policy to exchange forward-looking ideas with the shared goal of improving the federal government’s approach to managing wildland fire.
Operation Warp Speed’s unique success is thanks to strong public-private partnerships, effective coordination, and structured leadership. Here’s how to replicate the OWS model for future success.
This month marks three years since the COVID pandemic took hold of nearly every aspect of American life. In a few more months (May 2023) the coronavirus public health emergency is set to conclude officially, following the Administration’s announcement to wind down the declarations. As the nation grapples with the tragedies and lasting effects of the pandemic, […]
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Alliance for Learning Innovation (ALI) applauds the increases proposed for education research and development (R&D) and innovation in the President’s budget request. These include the $870.9 million proposed for the Institute of Education Sciences (IES), including $75 million for a National Center for Advanced Development in Education (NCADE), the $405 million […]