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Dan Scavino Jr.🇺🇸 Mar 27
"America is bravely battling this pandemic through cutting-edge science, medical innovation, and rational, deliberate, and determined vigilance.”
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White House OSTP Mar 26
Today, led a conference call to continue the conversation on public access to publications funded with federal dollars with Provosts from around the country. Provosts are an important component of this discussion.
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White House OSTP Mar 26
Due to current circumstances, has extended the opportunity to comment on public access to peer-reviewed scholarly publications, data, & code resulting from federally funded research to May 6, 2020.
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White House OSTP Mar 26
“Following on a statement issued by the & science policy leaders from almost a dozen other nations, has stepped up its collaboration with publishers & scholarly societies to increase the number of coronavirus-related journal articles...”
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Sandia National Labs Mar 25
Sandia joins four other in a public-private partnership to combat with America’s most powerful supercomputers
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Embassy of Spain USA Mar 25
🇪🇸 Science Minister , the Director of 🇺🇸 , & scientific leaders from 13 other countries & the spoke today, jointly thanking members of the scholarly community worldwide for providing access to -related publications & data, & urging others to do so.
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Connect2Canada Mar 25
Government science leaders from 🇺🇸 🇦🇺 🇧🇷 🇨🇦 🇫🇷 🇩🇪 🇮🇳 🇮🇹 🇯🇵 🇳🇿 🇵🇹 🇰🇷 🇸🇬 🇪🇸 🇬🇧 thanked over 3 dozen publishers & journals for making research & data publicly available.
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White House OSTP Mar 23
Replying to @WHOSTP
“As national leaders on science policy, we extend our sincere gratitude to the scholarly publishing community for quickly answering our call to voluntarily make all -related publications and data immediately accessible..." - the government science leaders wrote.
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White House OSTP Mar 23
Director Dr. Droegemeier & govt. science leaders from Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Portugal, South Korea, Singapore, Spain, & the UK thanked over 3 dozen publishers & journals for making research & data publicly available.
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Energy & Commerce GOP Mar 23
The US National Labs do incredible work and this public-private partnership will help unleash the power of America's supercomputers to meet this moment. Big thanks to , , , , and for their efforts.
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Dan Brouillette Mar 22
Replying to @ENERGY @WHOSTP @IBM
. is proud to partner with , and other agency leaders to help launch the High Performance Computing Consortium.
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Michael Kratsios Mar 22
Today, President announced a new partnership with major U.S. tech companies and universities to unleash the world's most powerful supercomputers for COVID-19 research, greatly accelerating scientific discovery for treatments and a vaccine.
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Soumya Swaminathan Mar 21
There are over 900 genetic sequences in , offering new insights into viral evolution &transmission. Thanks to the platform & all contributors for advancing the science.
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White House OSTP Mar 20
Takeaways from 3rd call w/ global science leaders: -Info sharing is important to characterize the virus -Clinical trials are ongoing globally & it's critical to share analyses -Vaccine development efforts remain robust -Slowing down the spread of is a priority everywhere
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White House OSTP Mar 20
“While we work to understand this virus, it is critical that we collaborate on all fronts including with our colleagues across the world.” – Director Dr. Droegemeier after third call with global government science advisors on -19
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Ivanka Trump Mar 18
I applaud the Ed Tech community for coming together to provide digital learning resources for educators, parents, and students during this critical time. Thank you and for your quick and steadfast efforts.
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Michael Kratsios Mar 18
Last week ’s COVID-19 tech initiative challenged U.S. tech companies to make online education tools more accessible for educators & families. Today, tech companies came together & launched a one-stop-shop for online education technologies. Visit
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White House OSTP Mar 17
France has joined joint efforts in integrating science into the fight against the outbreak. We have seen amazing international collaboration across multiple countries to keep our citizens safe. 🇫🇷
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White House OSTP Mar 17
ICYMI: Last week govt. science leaders from around the world called on the scholarly publishing community to make all -related articles immediately available. Find letter here ⬇️
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White House OSTP Mar 17
More great news from the scholarly publishing community on access to -related publications and data. Thank you !
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