Last week, I was interviewed by Bradley R. Smith, manager of grassroots and member involvement in the American Chemical Society’s Office of Public Affairs, for OPA’s blog, act4chemistry.org. Brad says the blog was created to bridge the gap between chemistry and Congress, and it provides a forum for ACS members to communicate their views and experiences to other members. OPA uses the blog to keep members updated on science policy issues and activities. Stay tuned for the next video blog when Brad will discuss the election results with Caroline Trupp Gil, OPA’s assistant director for advocacy. The video is scheduled to post on Thursday November 6.
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