Annual Meeting

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  • CHICAGO -- Social media can provide scientists with opportunities to communicate with the public and promote their work, but they shouldn't feel pressured to start tweeting on Twitter, editing Wikipedia or posting to Instagram before they're ready. "You don't want to force it," said Maggie Koerth-...
  • Scientists have masterfully restored a series of badly damaged paintings by abstract expressionist Mark Rothko -- without laying a single paintbrush on them. The method they chose, projecting colored light onto the paintings, is one of several cutting-edge techniques that can reveal the original...
  • Beluga whale pod in the Chukchi Sea | Laura Morse (NOAA) CHICAGO—In the middle of the Arctic’s big thaw, marine mammals and micro-organisms that sicken them are both on the move. Beluga whales now carry a cat parasite that wasn’t seen in the Arctic before 2006, and Atlantic gray seals are being...
  • The hearts of bluefin tuna, some of the largest fish in the ocean, are vulnerable to spilled crude oil. | Science/AAAS CHICAGO -- New research on tuna shows why the toxic compounds from an oil spill such as the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster are damaging to fish hearts. The study , published in...
  • 2014 Annual Meeting Communicating Science Seminar | Communication 101 | Public Presentations | Working with Reporters | Communicating Science Online | Communicating Science Workshops Scientific and technological issues increasingly trigger societal conflicts whenever they intersect with personal or...
  • Guided by simple rules, bio-inspired robots build a structure without complicated communication or coordination. | Courtesy of Science/AAAS CHICAGO Robots inspired by the collective construction sites of termites can build complex block structures using just a few simple rules, researchers reported...
  • CHICAGO -- A happy marriage today requires more time and energy than many spouses are giving each other, but those couples that do make the investment are enjoying great payoffs, according to a new study presented at the AAAS Annual Meeting. Instead of seeking the security that was the primary goal...
  • CHICAGO—Scientific discovery won't be enough to solve the challenges of the 21st century, Nobel-prize winning molecular biologist Phillip Sharp said at the start of the 2014 AAAS Annual Meeting. There is an "underappreciated need" for translating these discoveries into useful and valuable products...