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BOSTON — Science, according to President Joe Biden’s deputy science adviser Alondra Nelson, is more bipartisan than people think.

“I think fundamentally [that] science and technology policy is one of the few places where one can get any kind of bipartisan cooperation,” said Nelson, the deputy assistant to the president and deputy director for science and society in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, speaking in Boston Tuesday at the STAT Summit.

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