Antibiotic-resistant bacteria, rising sea levels and Alzheimer’s disease weren’t the most popular talking points in the campaign season that led up to the 2016 US presidential election. Nonetheless, US president-elect Donald Trump will have to tackle these pressing issues, and many more. In understandable language that breaks down jargon, science policy reporters David Malakoff and Jeffrey Mervis highlight the issues that will captivate the Oval Office over the next four years. While always politically neutral, getAbstract recommends this digestible primer to policy makers, concerned citizens, President-elect Donald Trump and his cabinet.
In this summary, you will learn
- What science-related policy issues US president-elect Donald Trump will need to address,
- How antibiotic-resistant bacteria, CRISPR DNA-editing technology, rising sea levels, brain health, artificial intelligence and risk assessment will affect Trump’s time in office.
About the Authors
David Malakoff and Jeffrey Mervis are reporters who specialize in science policy at Science.
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