The new president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, who also happens to be an avid reader, has had a busy year.
In August, he launched a new initiative called Science for America.
The initiative aims to recruit scientists to run for office in 2020.
And now, he’s set to launch another campaign to help boost scientific literacy in America.
“I know this is not the time for me to be lecturing about how to be good scientists,” Obama told a crowd in Washington, DC, last week.
“But I will tell you this: I know that in the United States, science is our great engine of progress.
Science is the engine that will bring us to the moon, we’ll make the first human flights into space, and we’ll lead the way on climate change.
And I want to say, yes, this is a moment of great opportunity.”
Science for Americans is a project of the President’s Council on Science and Technology, which will be led by an executive from the White House.
It is intended to promote science literacy and outreach to the American public through outreach and outreach initiatives.
Obama, who is also a member of the council, announced the initiative on Twitter: “As president, I will lead the first American initiative to encourage scientists to engage in politics.
Science forAmerica, which aims to make science accessible and accessible to everyone, will launch in 2020.”
The president’s science initiative is part of an effort to build a new generation of American scientists, one that he said will benefit the country as well as the world.
Obama’s science effort has been praised by many, including the president himself.
In an op-ed for The New York Times, The Post’s editorial board, which has endorsed the president in the past, praised his “vision for a new, bold, and inspiring generation of leaders and scientists, as well a new public-private partnership.”
The idea of Science for American is to “give a voice to science that is too often ignored,” the Post wrote.
Obama will host a series of events over the next few months, including a science-themed event at the White’s Mansion on April 29, where he’ll talk about how science and technology are important to the country and the world, and what he thinks of the president’s plans for science and science education.
“Science has never been more important,” Obama wrote.
“And I believe we are at a turning point in our history, where scientists and engineers are being more empowered and our country is being better equipped to solve the challenges that lie ahead.”