Synopsis As Introduced Creates the Science Advisory Board Act. Creates the Science Advisory Board for the purpose of rendering scientific assessment of, as well as risk-based analysis and consensus advice upon questions of science posed by the Governor or Legislative Committees having jurisdiction over scientific matters. Provides for appointments to the Board; terms of appointees; and the removal of appointees. Sets forth qualifications for Board members. Prohibits certain persons from participating in the work of the Board. Requires the Board to review and summarize pertinent scientific studies related to charged topics; to summarize findings and recommendations in a manner that is timely, objective, transparent, and understandable by elected officials and policymakers; to achieve consensus in its decision making, if possible, and to provide for reports of minority opinions, if consensus is not possible. Sets out other requirements for Board action. Provides that the Director of the Legislative Research Unit shall act as the Executive Director of the Board and shall assign such clerical and staff support from the Legislative Research Unit staff as is required. Requires members of the Board to be reimbursed from appropriations made by the General Assembly for reasonable expenses incurred as a result of their services.