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2010 AAAS Forum on Science & Technology Policy Registration

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13-14 May 2010
Washington, DC
Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
Metro: Federal Triangle (Orange and Blue Lines)

Find out what’s in store for science and technology.

1. How to Register for the Forum

Online registration is now closed. Please register onsite at the Forum.

Onsite registration will open at 7:45am on Thursday morning.

Press registrants should contact Molly McElroy, AAAS Senior Communications Officer, at or 202-326-6434 to register.

2. 2010 Forum Rates

Registration Fees (Onsite Rates)
  AAAS Member Non-member
Regular $495 $525
Non-Profit $445 $495
Student, Postdoc,
$175 $205
Meal Sessions
  Thursday 13 May Friday 14 May
Breakfast   $25
Luncheon $47.50 $47.50

To qualify for reduced rates:

  • Members are required to indicate their membership number.
  • Non-profit rates apply only to employees of government, academic, and non-profit organizations.
  • Student rates apply only to full-time undergraduate and graduate students. Students are required to indicate their institution’s name.
  • Retired/emeritus members are required to indicate their birth year/retirement year.

Deadline for advance registration: 29 April 2010

Onsite and late registration rates will be higher.

3. Hotel Reservations and Rates

Since the Forum is taking place at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center instead of a hotel, there is no room block. Nearby hotels include:

J.W. Marriott
Hilton Garden Inn Downtown
Sofitel Lafayette Square
Hamilton Crowne Plaza
Four Points Downtown

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