Article XIV (14) of the Missouri Constitution now allows physicians to prescribe cannabis (medical marijuana) to patients in the Show-Me State. This week (October 19th) medical marijuana dispensaries across the state opened to serve patients.
Growing up in a small village in northern India near the Himalayan sea by the Nepal border Pawan Upadhyay, Ph.D. said science was a very small part of his early education. Learning the language of Biochemistry The child of a farmer, Dr. Pawan was the first in his family to attend college. He was active … Continue reading Learning English to Help Manage Cancer
Researchers are constantly learning more about the impacts of climate change, but findings tend to be complex and nuanced. Personal beliefs about global warming and climate change exacerbate the challenge to effectively communicate about climate science. The majority of Missourians believe that climate change is happening, are worried about global warming, and believe that schools … Continue reading Communicating Climate Science in Missouri
Missouri’s primary elections took place on Tuesday, August 4, 2020. In addition to choosing party candidates for statewide and local elections, voters also determined via ballot initiative if Missouri would adopt Medicaid Expansion through the Affordable Care Act. Ballot Initiative The Medicaid Expansion ballot initiative passed by a vote of approximately 53% in favor and … Continue reading 2020 Missouri Primary Recap
This year, four states will kick off state-level, non-partisan science and technology policy fellowship programs – Idaho, Missouri, North Carolina, and Virginia. Science and technology policy fellowship (STPF) programs have long been an entry point for scientists seeking science policy careers, primarily in Washington, DC through the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) … Continue reading Four states launch science policy fellowship programs in 2020