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AAAS, the world's largest general scientific organization, announced Thursday that it will partner with the March for Science, a nonpartisan set of activities that aim... [Read More]
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Edward Emil David Jr., a leader in government science policy and industrial research and development for over five decades, died at his home in Bedminster,... [Read More]
Mildred Dresselhaus, a renowned physicist and celebrated Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor who earned the title "Queen of Carbon" for deepening the world's understanding of... [Read More]
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Mildred Dresselhaus, a renowned physicist and celebrated Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor who earned the title "Queen of Carbon" for deepening the world's understanding of... [Read More]
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Visit the AAAS First 100 Days website to follow the latest updates related to AAAS advocacy activities. [Read More]
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Examples of "fake news," such as a report that Pope Francis had endorsed Donald Trump's presidential campaign, are the equivalent of a bad cold in... [Read More]
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The political climate in the United States has placed the legitimacy of science itself under a microscope and surfaced unusual hostility toward the scientific process,... [Read More]
Naomi Oreskes has a question for scientists that many have been asking themselves already: should they speak up on politically sensitive topics, or should they... [Read More]
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Scientists are testing methods ranging from selective insecticide spraying to intelligent robotic traps to curb disease-carrying mosquitoes by harnessing the power of data collection and... [Read More]
These are uncertain times for government support of scientific research, even as the role of science in informing policy has never been more important. That... [Read More]
Novel imaging techniques are making it possible to study the brain while it's at work. These new, non-invasive tools – representing significant advances related to... [Read More]
A day after a critical patent ruling on the gene-editing technology called CRISPR, researchers gathered at the 2017 AAAS Annual Meeting to discuss the technology's... [Read More]
As the need for science in policymaking grows along with the complexity of challenges facing society, AAAS is issuing a report providing a panoramic view... [Read More]
  These 15 infectious disease researchers have been named 2017-18 AAAS Alan I. Leshner Leadership Institute Public Engagement Fellows. | AAAS AAAS... [Read More]
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