As president-elect, Joe Biden assembled an advisory board of experts to provide science-based recommendations on COVID-19.
Scientists applauded the move and took it as a hopeful sign that independent science advice would be welcomed at the White House after four years of anti-science rhetoric.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we discuss the rise of anti-intellectualism and how it affects politics and policy during a pandemic.
E.J. Dionne Jr., professor, Georgetown University and the Washington Post columnist
Tim Lacy, historian, University of Illinois at Chicago
Genna Reed, lead science and policy analyst, Union of Concerned Scientists
Dr. Frederic Bertley, president and CEO, COSI; and host of WOSU TV's new science show, "QED with Dr. B"