Since 2008, the Dance Your Ph.D. contest has recognized researchers who show artistic and scientific merit in translating their Ph.D. thesis into a dance.
To help make science more relatable, AAAS programs connect scientists and the public, demystify science and highlight the many benefits that scientific discoveries bring us.
Community science collaborations that draw upon the expertise of both community members and volunteer scientists can help advance community priorities and make science more accessible to all, said panelists at a recent webinar on one such collaboration in New Orleans.
Relationship building is key for the Dialogue on Science, Ethics and Religion.
Timely, pressing issues informed and addressed by scientific expertise, such as the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change, illuminate the need for nations to collaborate across boundaries.