- Alliances for Graduate Education and the Professoriate (AGEP)
- Beating the Odds: Remarkable Women in In Science
- Best Books for Children
- Brain and Behavior: Mental Disorders and Substance Abuse
- The Brain Book: Your Brain and Your Health
- Career Basics: Advise and Resources for Scientists from Science Careers
- Career Trends: Careers Away from the Bench
- Center for Advancing Science and Engineering Capacity
- Consumer Health Information Services in Public Libraries
- The Double Bind: The Price of Being a Minority Women in Science
- Exploring Science in the Library
- From Cause to Care: Commemorating 25 Years of HIV/AIDS Research
- GE Foundation Report – A System of Solutions: Every School, Every Student (Summary)
- Having a Healthy Birth
- This booklet, developed in cooperation with the Heinz Endowments, offers parents-to-be basic information about giving birth, including the signs and stages of labor, pain relief, breastfeeding, and the baby blues.
- Having a Healthy Pregnancy
- This booklet, developed in cooperation with the Heinz Endowments, offers parents-to-be basic information to help women have a healthy pregnancy, including the changes to expect during each trimester, prenatal doctor visits, and eating for two.
- Having Healthy Babies
- This booklet, developed in cooperation with the Heinz Endowments, offers parents-to-be basic information about their newborn, including feeding, health and safety, doctor’s visits, and learning and development.
- In Pursuit of a Diverse Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Workforce
- In Touch with Community Service Learning: A guide to Hands-on Science
- Inquiring into Inquiry Learning and Teaching in Science
- Invention and Impact: Building Excellence in Undergraduate Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education
- La Communidad y La Salud
- The Liberal Art of Science
- This report, published in 1990 by the Study Group of the AAAS Project on Liberal Education and the Sciences, presents recommendations about the level of scientific understanding required for optimal participation in life in the 21st century and about the nature of undergraduate education in the natural sciences necessary to achieve a proper level of understanding.
- Linking Science and Technology to Women’s Needs
- Losing Ground: Science and Engineering Graduate Education of Black and Hispanic Americans
- Minorities in Substance Abuse Research
- Navigating a Complex Landscape to Foster Greater Faculty and Student Diversity in Higher Education
- This handbook developed by AAAS and the Association of American Universities (AAU) offers in-depth, cross-referenced legal resources to help promote effective, sustainable diversity programs for faculty and students on campuses, particularly within the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.
- New Career Paths for Students with Disabilities
- Preparing Women and Minorities for the IT Workforce: The Role of Nontraditional Educational Pathways
- Proyecto Futuro: Making Science and Mathematics Work for Hispanics
- Roadmaps and Rampways
“Book Reveals Stories of Young Scientists And Their Journey Toward Employment ,” AAAS News, Coimbra Sirica, 2002
- Science Education Reform for All: Sustaining the Science, Mathematics and Technology Reform
- Science in the Library
- The Science Inside: Alcohol
- The Science Inside: Asthma and Allergies
- This booklet explains what asthma and allergies are, how they are related, who suffers most from them, how they are prevented, and how they are treated. It also discusses the current research being conducted on these conditions, as well as the important role volunteers play in clinical trials.
- The Science Inside: Diabetes
- This booklet summarizes what health professionals know about type 2 diabetes — what it is, who is at risk for it, how it can be prevented, and how it is treated. It describes how researchers study the disease and what individuals can do to help reduce the rising number of diabetes cases now affecting millions of children and adults around the country.
- The Science Inside: Having Healthy Babies
- This booklet summarizes what health professionals know about healthy babies and mothers. It shows women how to avoid or reduce the health risks of pregnancy, provides information about the development of healthy infants and toddlers, and outlines the steps of pregnancy from conception to labor and delivery to postnatal care. Having Healthy Babies directs readers to more sources of information and to the latest scientific research.
- The Science Inside: High Blood Pressure
- This booklet explains what health professionals know about high blood pressure or hypertension, one of the leading causes of heart disease and stroke. It shows how to prevent high blood pressure, as well as how to care for yourself if you have been diagnosed with the disease.
- The Science Inside: HIV and AIDS
- This booklet helps to explain what doctors and scientists know about the HIV and AIDS epidemic. It summarizes what HIV and AIDS are and what happens when HIV becomes AIDS, including the health problems that can result. The e-book explains how the diseases are spread, what groups suffer most from them, how they may be prevented, how they are treated, and what the latest research reveals.
- The Science Inside: Learning
- The Science Inside: Obesity
- The obesity booklet discusses the importance of good health habits such as eating right and exercising. It talks about how the body takes in energy and what it does with excess energy it doesn’t use up. Other topics that are covered include the health problems obesity contributes to, as well as how to prevent and treat obesity.
- The Science Inside: Skin
- The Science Inside Skin, created with funding from Neutrogena, offers readers a closer peek at the body’s surface. Inside they’ll find information about the three layers of skin, how skin changes during a lifetime, various skin ailments (ranging from acne to the three types of skin cancer), and sun safety.
- The Science Inside: Your Health
- This booklet on biomedical research talks about how far health and scientific research has come in the last 150 years, making diseases like malaria and measles much less threatening than they once were. It discusses the role science-based research has played in combatting disease and the challenges society faces in continuing that fight. It also goes into detail about clinical trials and the role volunteers play in them.
- Seizing Opportunities: Collaborating for Excellence in Teacher Preparation
- SLIC: In Touch with Series
- Stepping into the Future: Hispanics in Science and Engineering
- Talking About Disability published by AAAS
- See also: Executive summary of “Talking About Disability published by AAAS”
- When Science Meets the Public
- Proceedings of a Workshop Organized by the American Association for the Advancement of Science Committee on Public Understanding of Science and Technology held 17 February 1991 in Washington, D.C.
- Young Women in Science: Forging New Pathways
- Your Genes, Your Choices: Exploring the Issues Raised by Genetic Research