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Life sciences/Developmental biology/Developmental neuroscience

AAAS and the Cuban Academy of Sciences signed an updated Memorandum of Understanding that lays out a path for cooperation on scientific issues of mutual interest.

Sleeping brain activity shifts from learning and memory support to spending more time on maintenance when children are two and half years old.

Babies relate to others through touch from their earliest days – connections that affect their health and social development beyond infancy.

More than 400 members of the American Association for the Advancement of Science have earned the lifetime distinction of AAAS Fellow.

Social issues roundtable organized by AAAS DoSER's Engaging Scientists project for the 2017 Society for Neuroscience (SfN) Annual Meeting.

After nearly a decade of volunteering while pursuing her studies in neurobiology, AAAS Member Mónica Feliú-Mójer has turned her passion for bilingual science communication and helping others, into her full-time career.