Trump reportedly plans to tap extreme-weather expert to head science office
CNET ----------- President Donald Trump intends to nominate an extreme-weather expert as his top science and technology adviser, the Washington Post reported Tuesday. Trump has chosen Kelvin Droegemeier, vice president of research and professor of meteorology at the University of Oklahoma, to run the Office of Science and Technology Policy, the newspaper reported, citing an unidentified administration official. If the Senate approves Droegemeier's nomination, it would end a 19-month-long vacancy in the office. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.