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Fire ant strategies for keeping the traffic flowing could help engineers design solutions for robot cooperation and self-driving cars, researchers say... [Read More]
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Randy Wadkins, a former AAAS S&T Policy Fellow, aims to return to Capitol Hill – this time, as a member of Congress. [Read More]
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The winners of the 2018 Wachtel Cancer Research award have found innovative ways to study the evolution of cancer and the dietary origins of intestina... [Read More]
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Science teacher training requires cross-disciplinary scientific training and collaborations. [Read More]
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Last month, 30 minority scientists participated in the 10th annual Linton-Poodry SACNAS Leadership Institute at AAAS headquarters in Washington, D.C. [Read More]
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The SEA Change program was launched earlier this year by AAAS to help transform the culture of the scientific enterprise, beginning with institutions... [Read More]
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Nir Grossman is the 2018 winner of the Science & PINS Prize for Neuromodulation, for his work on nonsurgical ways to stimulate the deep brain. [Read More]
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President Trump expected to nominate meteorologist Kelvin K. Droegemeier as director of Office of Science and Technology Policy... [Read More]
President Trump expected to nominate meteorologist Kelvin K. Droegemeier as director of Office of Science and Technology Policy... [Read More]
About the Program The Scientific Responsibility, Human Rights and Law Program addresses ethical, legal and human rights issues related to the conduct... [Read More]
Leshner Leadership Institute fellows use public interactions for mutual learning... [Read More]
Scientists have detected an underground reservoir of liquid that may be saltwater under Mars' southern polar ice cap. [Read More]
The AAAS Center for Science Diplomacy held a week-long workshop to introduce future leaders to the science diplomacy ecosystem of Washington, D.C. [Read More]
Different skills set in low and high-wage occupations may help explain why middle-wage jobs are disappearing in the U.S. [Read More]
AAAS convened a group of experts to contribute to an initiative examining how U.S. communities are using science to respond to climate change. [Read More]
Video science journalism can simultaneously explain difficult technical concepts, illuminate the impacts of scientific advances and make the audience... [Read More]
Sixty-nine multidisciplinary organizations urge the EPA to withdraw the proposed 'transparency' rule that would block agency from the best science. [Read More]
Visualize: Art Revealing Science, an exhibit in honor of the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators' 50th anniversary, will be on public viewing at AAA... [Read More]
Scientific institutions need to increase diversity by placing more professors with underrepresented backgrounds on the faculty or in leadership roles,... [Read More]
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