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Cheyenne, OK – Yesterday, Congressman Frank Lucas (OK-03) joined Oklahoma State University (OSU) President Dr. Kayse Shrum and Vice President for Research Dr. Kenneth Sewell in hosting National Science Foundation (NSF) Director Dr.
Full Committee Markup of:
H.R. 4609, the “National Institute of Standards and Technology for the Future Act of 2021” - favorably reported as amended
Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute to H.R. 4609 offered by Rep. Stevens (D-MI) - passed by voice vote
Thank you, Chairwoman Johnson, for holding today’s markup. The bills we’re considering today are a continuation of the important and bipartisan work we’ve been doing on American scientific competitiveness.
(Washington, DC) On July 7, 2021, House Committee on Science, Space and Technology Ranking Member Frank Lucas and Subcommittee on Environment Ranking Member Stephanie Bice published an op-ed discussing threats to American leadership in science and technology and the opportunities that lie ahead for Americans in Oklahoma and across the Nation if we make comprehensive, sustainable investments in America’s research enterprise.
Today, the House Science, Space, and Technology passed two landmark bills to double down on federal investment in American research and development. The bills significantly increase funding for the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science.
This bill would provide merit-based grants to nonprofit organizations, out-of-school activities, and related programs engaging students ages prekindergarten through 8th grade in STEM programs.
(Washington, DC) Today, House Science, Space, and Technology Subcommittee on Research & Technology Ranking Member Michael Waltz (R-FL) was joined by Rep. Deborah Ross (D-NC), Ranking Member Frank Lucas (R-OK), and Chairwoman Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-TX) to introduce legislation establishing a national strategy for science and technology.
Today, House Science, Space, and Technology Committee Member Young Kim (R-CA) introduced a bill to expand access to educational opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). The Innovations in Informal STEM Learning Act would provide merit-based grants to nonprofit organizations, out-of-school activities, and related programs engaging students ages prekindergarten through 8th grade in STEM programs.