Artificial Intelligence, Human Gene-Editing Ethics, and More at the AAAS Annual Meeting in Seattle
Photo credit: The growing use of artificial intelligence in society, how math can help address political gerrymandering, the ethics of human gene-editing, and the spread of infectious disease among ocean organisms will be discussed at the 2020 AAAS Annual Meeting
In the Age of Trump, Congress Keeps Boosting Science Funding
Photo credit: The final FY 2020 spending package is the latest pushback against tough White House research budgets.
AAAS Announces Leading Scientists Elected as 2019 Fellows
Photo credit: More than 400 members of the American Association for the Advancement of Science have earned the lifetime distinction of AAAS Fellow.
Lauren Orefice Wins 2019 Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology
‘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.
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