Amid a field of innovations ranging from water quality monitors to an app intended to help young people gain coding skills, an edible probiotic delivery technology took top honors at an AAAS-hosted showcase of innovations developed by students from historically Black colleges and universities.
Arizona State University and the University of California, Irvine, are being recognized by AAAS for their commitment to becoming more diverse, inclusive and equitable spaces.
The program is open to qualified institutions in the United States and Puerto Rico that offer an American Chemical Society-approved program in chemistry and confer 10 or fewer graduate degrees annually in biology and chemistry combined. Public and private primarily undergraduate colleges and universities, which met all of the following criteria, are eligible to compete.
If you have further questions or require additional information, contact the program representative at Merck@AAAS.org.
Deadline for Receipt: 5:00pm, Friday, 3 November 2006
Merck and AAAS congratulates this year's award recipients and commend their dedication to providing research experiences in chemistry and biology for undergraduate students.
Please click here for a short list of funded projects and grant recipients for the years 2001-2005.
Emily Therese Cloyd, Director of AAAS Center for Public Engagement with Science and Technology, explores institutional change for Public Engagement as illustrated by work performed by the AAAS Leshner Leadership Fellows.