The American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS) is dedicated to promoting biological knowledge in everyday life to serve science and society. We think that through accessing and using reliable information, individuals, communities, and society will be empowered in their decisionmaking. That is why we publish ActionBioscience.
ActionBioscience is a free, bilingual resource that works with scientists broadly across the biological sciences to communicate their research in a way that is useful in many settings—for a classroom, for a curious individual, or for policymakers who need to learn more about a topic. Our content undergoes a blind peer review process, and our authors respond to the critiques of their reviewers prior to publication. Editorial content is overseen by the Editor in Chief of BioScience magazine.
Donations go 100% toward ActionBioscience.org’s direct costs, with no deductions by AIBS for administrative fees or overhead. AIBS, the publisher of ActionBioscience.org, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. To learn more about AIBS, read our latest annual report, view our recent AIBS financial statements and tax filings, or see our listing online at GuideStar.
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