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Carl Zimmer to speak on science reporting in age of fake news at Stony Brook University on Oct. 12 Three prominent journalists will discuss the challenges of accurately reporting and presenting the latest science news in a series of campus lectures.
This summer, two media fellowships run by AAAS sent scientists and interns into newsrooms where they wrote hundreds of science news articles.
Eight Inventors Come Together to Help Bolster Problem-Solving Innovation
The right of all people to benefit from scientific progress is spurring new research by science and human rights practitioners.
The Linton-Poodry SACNAS Leadership Institute provides leadership training for underrepresented scientists and networking opportunities.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science applauded congressional leaders for their bipartisan support in backing fiscal 2017 funding for research and development programs, according to a letter AAAS sent to House and Senate leaders on Tuesday.
Thousands of science enthusiasts braved a driving rain on Saturday to participate in the March for Science in Washington, D.C., joining crowds at hundreds of other satellite events across the globe to celebrate what the head of the American Association for the Advancement of Science called “civilization’s best friend.”