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AAAS' Center for Science Diplomacy emerged in 2008 amid a global recession and political tensions, concerns that AAAS recognized science and innovation could address. Today,... [Read More]
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Since Halloween is celebrated at the end of this month, we thought it would be fitting to use our Read-Around-A-Theme to take a look at... [Read More]
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Jeremy Berg, editor-in-chief of the Science family of journals, announces that he will complete his tenure as editor on June 30, 2019. [Read More]
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AAAS addresses how best to put the international benefits of the right to science to work across the globe in testimony before the United Nations... [Read More]
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AAAS enacted on Monday an adopted policy under which an elected AAAS Fellow's lifetime honor can be revoked for proven scientific misconduct or serious breaches... [Read More]
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Early detection of autism in at-risk children can open the door to intensive training by therapists and parents, interventions that can significantly improve adaptive behaviors... [Read More]
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For the second year, the AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Awards program will sponsor a trio of fall lectures on college campuses by distinguished winners of... [Read More]
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Johannes Kohl has been named the 2018 grand prize winner in the annual international competition for The Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology for research that makes... [Read More]
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A lecture from NASA cosmologist Jason Rhodes, the latest installment in AAAS' monthly series of public seminars, detailed the scientific priorities of NASA's Wide Field... [Read More]
Leon Lederman, a Nobel Laureate and past president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science who shed light on the basic building blocks... [Read More]
If a city is densely populated and highly organized — including by efficient public transportation — its flu season will last longer, reports a new... [Read More]
Three artists and a scientist explored the reach of visual art beyond its reflection of human expression, demonstrating how art leverages precision to propel scientific... [Read More]
Science literacy opens path to scientific knowledge for everyone, AAAS CEO Rush Holt told international conference in China. [Read More]
Scientific researchers are very supportive of international scientific collaborations, sur... [Read More]
AAAS' governing body voted Saturday to enact a policy under which an elected AAAS Fellow's lifetime honor can be revoked. [Read More]
Five scientists were honored Thursday evening with Golden Goose Awards in recognition of their longstanding work advancing the fields of immunology an... [Read More]
Weather radar networks can be used to predict massive nighttime bird migrations in North America. [Read More]
Innovative technologies are being used to take on the growing global challenge of moving people and products from point A to point B in expanding... [Read More]
Offer valid from September 1, 2018 to September 30, 2018, for new individual members only. There is a limit of one AAAS "Diversity is the Solution"... [Read More]
New data on how some vaccines "fuel" the immune response could help improve vaccines used against cancer and chronic diseases. [Read More]
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