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  • AAAS seeks at every opportunity to increase the volume of scientific leadership on the issue of global climate change. Background materials on AAAS efforts related to climate change and links to relevant resources are provided here.
  • Human rights are fundamental entitlements needed to safeguard every person’s dignity and promote the realization of each person’s full potential. The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights describes human rights as:
  • AAAS has played a prominent role in responding to efforts in Kansas, Pennsylvania and elsewhere to weaken or compromise the teaching of evolution in public school science classrooms. Here are some background materials on the controversy and links to AAAS resources on evolution.
  • Subscribers to our R&D Email list will receive an occasional AAAS R&D Funding Update (once or twice a month) keeping you informed of our activities. Subscribe to our R&D Email list by filling out the following form.
  • 20–21 April 2006 Washington DC, Washington Court Hotel Click on the links below to view or download the speaker presentations from the 2006 Forum (PDF format) . More presentations will be added shortly. The final attendee list is also available. For AAAS news coverage of the Forum, click here .
  • Below is the 2008 Forum program, and links to speaker presentations and news coverage. This page will be updated as more presentations and articles become available. Mp3 Podcasts of most presentations are available; right-click the “mp3″ links to save, or click to listen) 2008 Program: Click here...
  • April 30 8:30 AM - 8:40 AM Peter Agre , Director, Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute, The Johns Hopkins University; and President, AAAS ( Welcome mp3 ) 8:40 AM - 10:00 AM BUDGETARY AND POLICY CONTEXT FOR R&D IN FY 2010 (Plenary Session)