News from the 2021 AAAS Annual Meeting
Photo credit: Catch up on coverage of events at the virtual AAAS Annual Meeting, held February 8-11.
NSF Director Lays Out Vision for Future of U.S. Science
Photo credit: Panchanathan’s priorities include diversifying the research community, securing global leadership and capitalizing on bipartisan support for science at time of otherwise intense partisanship in U.S. politics.
Replacing Meat Can Avert Catastrophic Climate Change, According to Biochemist
Photo credit: Science and technology can stem the tide of climate change by replacing the use of animals as food, according to a biochemistry professor-turned-founder of a plant-based food company who spoke at the AAAS Annual Meeting.
Dataset Reveals Threat to Minorities Policed by White and Male Officers
Photo credit: Black, Hispanic, and female police officers in Chicago made fewer stops and arrests than their white male counterparts.
Looking Back (and Forward) on COVID-19 with Anthony Fauci
Photo credit: COVID-19 is the leading cause of death in the United States, but an extraordinary year of vaccine science offers hope that the country can return to something resembling normal life by the end of 2021, said Anthony Fauci at the AAAS Annual Meeting.
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