Obama’s top science adviser’s guide to navigating the Trump era
"Holdren offered five points of advice for the hundreds of scientists assembled:
Number 1: Don’t be discouraged or intimidated.
Two: Keep doing your science ... don’t change what you do or how you think about what you do or its importance.
Three: Besides your own science, become more broadly informed about science and scientific issues.
Four: Tithe at least 10 percent of your time to public service ... including activism.
And last: We as a community need to think carefully about how to focus and utilize our activities to try to insure the continuation, momentum, and the integrity of science in this new era." Read more.