20 Science Questions

As part of the 2016 ScienceDebate, US presidential candidates from the Democratic, Republican, and Green parties describe how their administrations would approach certain science and science policy issues. The debate organizers crowd-sourced 20 questions that ask candidates how their administrations would bolster innovation, invest in research, and address scientific integrity, among other topics.

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In Science this week: research regulation and reporting requirement reform, and more.

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