The Biophysical Society is an official partner of the March for Science, a non-partisan grassroots event that took place in Washington, DC, and at locations around the world on April 22, 2017. The Society’s Council approved the decision after reviewing the principles of the March and determining they aligned with the Society’s values of scientific excellence, integrity and transparency, diversity and inclusivity, and community building. Read the Society’s statement about endorsing the march.
March for Science Follow-up: Six Weeks, Six ActionsScientists and supporters showed support for science at sites around the world on Saturday, April 22. Now what? BPS encourages you to stay involved and active. The Society is launching six weeks of action to make it easy for you to be engaged. For week one, we ask that you contact your Congressmen and ask them to pass a FY 2017 budget that funds science. This is a critical message at this time since Congress must take action this week to avoid a government shutdown.
You can send an email, a Tweet, or post a Facebook message. Take action today
Marches Around the World
There were over 525 satellite marches on April 22.
March for Science Six Weeks, Six Actions
Stay tuned for follow-up actions you can take to carry the momentum of the March for Science forward. The Society will be launching a six weeks, six actions campaign beginning Monday April 24!