Dr. Elizabeth H. Blackburn Weighs in on Why Science Needs to Think Globally


Elizabeth H. Blackburn is a Nobel laureate and professor emerita at the University of California at San Francisco.

How can science transform our global society?  AME center core collaborator and co-author of the Telomere Effect, Dr. Elizabeth H Blackburn, weighs in on the potential benefits for a Paris Agreement for research. A global pact for science may be the key for future achievements in the field of health and beyond. 

Read the full article at The Washington Post.

It is my hope that young scientists and future scientists just coming of age can imagine, and eventually realize, a global pact for science — a science based on shared goals and resources, transparency and strategic, long-range thinking. We would all stand to benefit.

Elizabeth H. Blackburn, PhD