Success of LA Seismic Plan Offers Lessons for Science Activation
Photo credit: Lucy Jones empowered the city to plan for the next major earthquake.
Basic Science, Agricultural Research, NASA Would Finish Strong in FY 2019 Omnibus
Photo credit: After much delay, Congress finalizes spending package with boosts for key research agencies, and awaits Trump’s approval.
AAAS Issues Statement on U.S. Federal Budget Deal for FY 2019 Appropriations
Photo credit: AAAS CEO Rush Holt calls on the House and Senate to pass and send to President Trump for his signature the fiscal 2019 bipartisan appropriations agreement that includes vital scientific funding.
Physicist Elisabeth Gwinn Receives 2019 AAAS Lifetime Mentor Award
Photo credit: Since becoming the University of California, Santa Barbara’s first female physics professor in 1989, Gwinn has played a pivotal role in increasing opportunity for those traditionally absent from the world of physics.
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