Issue Date: June 19, 2017
The future of the ACS Science & Human Rights Program
A lot has changed since I published my last comment on the American Chemical Society’s Science & Human Rights program (C&EN, Oct. 13, 2014, page 30). The global political landscape has been unsettled by attempted coups and recent elections, and security is understandably on the minds of many world leaders.
These issues, coupled with misinformation shared through social media, contribute to growing threats to scientific mobility and have an impact on rights, discovery, and the . . .
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