‘How We Respond’ Shows What U.S. Communities Are Doing to Address Climate Change
Photo credit: AAAS releases “How We Respond” report that shows how 18 U.S. communities are leveraging science to develop local, innovative projects to address the impacts of climate change across the United States.
125 Women in STEM Selected as AAAS IF/THEN Ambassadors
Photo credit: AAAS IF/THEN® Ambassadors Program and Lyda Hill Philanthropies select an inaugural group of 125 women trailblazers to serve as role models for middle-age school girls to spark their interest in science, technology, engineering and math.
Interactive Early Education Builds STEM Literacy in Children
Photo credit: Three AAAS programs introduce children to STEM careers through hands-on activities and interaction with scientists.
Drying Atmosphere Spurs Decline in Vegetation Growth
Photo credit: Global vegetation growth has stalled in the past two decades because of a long-term deficit in atmospheric water content, according to a new analysis.
Scientific Seminars Equip Judges to Counter Opioid Crisis
Photo credit: AAAS Lectures Explore Neuroscience of Addiction, Evidence-Based Responses, and More
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