Annual Meeting

Annual Meeting

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  • Watch for additional speakers to join this multidisciplinary gathering of science and technology luminaries who have accepted our invitation to the 2013 Annual Meeting. Special Session John Grotzinger Curiosity on Mars Friday, 15 February Karl Deisseroth Optogenetics Felice Frankel Science Images...
  • Plenary lectures provide an opportunity for meeting attendees to hear from world renowned speakers who have a passion for science and technology. Plenary lectures are free and open to the public; on-site registration is required. Opening Ceremony Thursday, 14 February 6:00 p.m.—7:30 p.m. Ballroom...
  • Plenary lectures provide an opportunity for meeting attendees to hear from world-renowned speakers who have a passion for science and technology. Plenary lectures are free and open to the public; on-site registration is required. Opening Ceremony Thursday, 16 February 6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Ballroom C...
  • The 21st century is shaping up to be a challenging one. The issues that face us are many: climate change, energy, agriculture, health, water, biodiversity and ecosystems, population growth, and economic development. They are both global in their scope and profoundly interconnected. Growing the food...
  • Nina V. Fedoroff Andrew Petter Stephen J. Toope Neil Turok Nina V. Fedoroff AAAS President and 2012 Meeting Chair Distinguished Visiting Professor, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology; and Evan Pugh Professor, Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences, Pennsylvania State University Dr...
  • The Annual Meeting is one of the most widely recognized pan-science events, with hundreds of networking opportunities and broad global media coverage. An exceptional array of speakers will gather at the 2012 AAAS Annual Meeting from 16-20 February in Vancouver, B.C. The theme of “Flattening the...
  • The theme points to the “unreasonable effectiveness” of the scientific enterprise in creating economic growth, solving societal problems, and satisfying the essential human drive to understand the world in which we live. That phrase, “unreasonable effectiveness,” was coined in 1960 by physicist...
  • William H. Press Drew Gilpin Faust Henri A. Termeer William H. Press AAAS President and 2013 Meeting Chair Warren J. and Viola M. Raymer Professor in Computer Science and in Integrative Biology at the University of Texas at Austin Dr. Press' affiliations at University of Texas include memberships...
  • William H. Press Dear Colleagues, On behalf of the AAAS Board of Directors, it is my honor to invite you to join us in Boston for the 2013 AAAS Annual Meeting, 14-18 February. As you may know, this annual event is one of the most widely recognized global science gatherings, with hundreds of...
  • The 2013's meeting's theme— The Beauty and Benefits of Science —highlighted the "unreasonable effectiveness" of the scientific enterprise in creating economic growth, solving societal problems, and satisfying the essential human drive to understand the world in which we live. 2013 Highlights Watch...