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FAS Fellow to Participate in Upcoming U.S. – Japan Future Leaders Exchange

FAS is pleased to announce that Adjunct Fellow for Emerging Technologies, Michael Edward Walsh, will be traveling to Tokyo next week as part of the Japan Foundation’s “KAKEHASHI Project – The Bridge for Tomorrow.” Promoted by the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the program provides a unique opportunity for future leaders to build new networks between […]

New Project to Create Virtual Nuclear Issues Education Center

FAS and the Stevens Institute of Technology have partnered on a new project to create a virtual nuclear issues education center to increase awareness and education of nuclear issues facing the world today. Funding for the workshop to create this center was generously provided by the Carnegie Corporation of New York. An invitational workshop, to […]

58 Nobel Laureates Urge Congress to Halt Budget Cuts to Science Research

A group of 58 U.S. Nobel Laureates is urging members of Congress to preserve federal funding of long term scientific research for the 2014 fiscal year budget. Today, President Obama released the FY2014 budget, which is sent to Congress for approval and allocation.  With sequestration cuts to agencies which support scientific research and development including […]

FAS in the News

This weekly digest provides links to headlines that feature FAS projects, staff, and important issues. Stay up-to-date with FAS IN THE NEWS. Roundup For Week Ending July 16, 2010 Mexican Drug Cartels’ Newest Weapon: Cold War Era Grenades Made in U.S.A – Washington Post – 16 July 2010: “The administrations of Ronald Reagan and George […]

FAS in the News

This weekly digest provides links to headlines that feature FAS projects, staff, and important issues. Stay up-to-date with FAS IN THE NEWS. Roundup For Week Ending January 29, 2010 Energy, safety and nuclear capabilities intertwined – ScienceNews – 30 January 2010: On January 1, Charles D. Ferguson became president of the Federation of American Scientists, […]