Annual Meeting

Annual Meeting

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  • Congratulations to all those who participated in the 2015 AAAS Annual Meeting poster sessions! Find information on the 2016 poster sessions here . BRAIN AND BEHAVIOR Winner : Eden Barragan, University of California, Irvine Effects of Anticonvulsants and Monoamines on Seizures in Mutant Drosophila...
  • Overview | Schedule | Exhibitors Science for Everyone Explore interactive science exhibits, learn about cool science jobs, and have your questions answered by scientists! Family Science Days are FREE and open to all. This free community science showcase features hands-on demos, shows, and other...
  • .not-front.node-type-page .field-name-body h2 {margin-top: 60px} In 2015, select sessions from the AAAS Annual Meeting were streamed live for the first time. The archived videos from the live stream are available below, as well as AAAS News videos. Plenary Lectures Communicating Science Seminar...
  • The 2015 Annual Meeting theme— Innovations, Information, and Imaging —reflects on the information transformation happening in science and technology brought about by recent advances in organizing, visualizing, and analyzing data. Photo Credit: Atlantic Photography, Boston Gerald R. Fink AAAS...
  • As the world's problems become more complex, so does the need for cutting-edge science and technology. But some transformational technologies are relatively simple. For example: the toilet. The toilets that Stephanie Lansing, an assistant professor of ecological engineering at the University of...
  • SAN JOSE, California — Turning a great idea into a successful start-up company requires access to investors, legal expertise, a sound business strategy, and more. Seeking out these resources can be a challenge for novice entrepreneurs, particularly scientists and engineers born outside the United...
  • SAN JOSE, California — Most scientists support engagement in public policy debates related to science and technology, and many believe that engaging with the public and news media can advance their careers, according to a new survey. But, how much and what type of public engagement these scientists...
  • From left, James Gerber, Jerry Hatfield, Paul R. Ehrlich, Kenneth E. Kunkel, Felix Kogan | AAAS/Ashley Gilleland It is a threat to us all. Combined with climate change, it could trigger a global war or society's collapse. It is not terrorism, an asteroid impact, or even an emergent viral plague. It...
  • University of Chicago paleontologist Neil Shubin at the 2015 AAAS Annual Meeting | Atlantic Photography Boston All humans have an "inner fish" lurking in their wrists and necks and eyes, one that Neil Shubin and his colleagues have discovered through fossils from the Arctic and from genes turning...