Life sciences/Evolutionary biology
In a new short film, leading voices in anthropology and evolutionary biology discuss human evolution, the history of scientific racism, and more.
Arachnid Drama: Biologist Eileen Hebets Decodes Bizarre Mating and Communication Maneuvers of the Eight Legged
As Meghan Duffy’s AAAS Leshner Fellowship Ended, a New Chapter Began in Her Public Engagement Leadership
Scientists have detected an underground reservoir of liquid that may be saltwater under Mars' southern polar ice cap.
Former AAAS President James McCarthy is one of two recipients of the renowned 2018 Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement for his work to understand and communicate the effects of climate change.
Infectious Disease Scientists Kick Off Yearlong Public Engagement Fellowship Scientists studying infectious diseases immersed themselves in storytelling, social media and live interviews among other activities during an intensive week that kicked off a year-long appointment as AAAS Leshner Leadership Institute Public Engagement Fellows.