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This October, a delegation from the Cuban Academy of Sciences traveled to Washington, D.C. with the aim of creating a path for future collaboration between scientific communities in Cuba and the U.S.

Americans and Cubans learned from success stories and brainstormed how to address shared challenges at a high-level symposium on the future of the United States-Cuba scientific cooperation in Havana from March 20-21, 2023.

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.

Since White House actions seeking to curtail immigration began to target foreign nationals within the research community, AAAS has been at the forefront of efforts to uphold the importance of maintaining an international scientific enterprise.

Barriers to international scientific collaboration deprive the U.S. of scientific gifts, said AAAS President Steven Chu in an opening plenary address at the 2020 AAAS Annual Meeting.

AAAS President Steven Chu opens the AAAS Annual Meeting with a call for strong ethical standards to drive international science collaborations.

The Caribbean Division of the American Association for the Advancement of Science will meet in Puerto Rico under the banner of “Cienca y Comunidad: Construyendo Juntos” – or “Science and Community: Building Together.”