Supporters of science and research prepare to hand out leaflets as part of the March for Science protest in Sydney on April 22, 2017. / AFP / Peter PARKS
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'Assault on facts' energizes global March for ScienceScientists and their supporters across the globe are expected to march in the thousands Saturday amid growing anxiety over what many see as a mounting political assault on facts and evidence.Anchored in Washington, with satellite marches planned in more than 600 cities worldwide, the first-ever March for Science was described by organizers as a rallying call for the importance of science in all aspects of daily life.The U.S. capital rally begins Saturday at 8:00 am (1200 GMT), and will be capped with a march from the National Mall to the Capitol at 2:00 pm.
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