Eight Inventors Come Together to Help Bolster Problem-Solving Innovation
Second Century Stewardship fellows took part in a communications workshop designed to improve how scientists share their research with the public.
Fostering connections among teachers of all experience levels is essential to recruit, train and retain STEM teachers, Noyce Summit attendees said.
The 2017-2018 cohort of AAAS-Lemelson Ambassadors has created inventions ranging from waterless toilets to colorized disinfectant additives.
Workshop in Namibia brings together high-level scientists, policymakers, and diplomats from 17 African countries
Digital Innovation Through International Research Collaboration: Prospects for U.S.-Japan Research Collaboration
Carol Fishman, 81, has nurtured a lifelong interest in science. As a nature enthusiast and bird-watcher who also is afflicted by asthma, she is concerned about air pollution and the impact humans are having on the global environment.