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Yamamoto welcomed thousands of attendees to the AAAS Annual Meeting, held Feb. 15-17 in Denver under the banner of “Toward Science Without Walls.” 

Science & Diplomacy is launching a call for a special issue on the 2010 report, "New Frontiers in Science Diplomacy," by AAAS and The Royal Society. The issue will look at what has changed in the field since the document's publication. Submission period: January 31 - March 31, 2024.

The 2024 awards recognize a broad span of accomplishments, from mentoring the next, more diverse cohort of chemical scientists, to using cutting-edge science to advance human rights, to connecting with faith communities about climate change. 

Sleep and rest are essential to our physical, mental and spiritual health, according to the panelists at an event hosted by AAAS’ Dialogue on Science, Ethics and Religion (DoSER) program. Yet the beneficial impacts of sleep and rest are not always attainable.

Learn more about their distinguished careers of JoAnn Valenti and Lewis Branscomb, their accomplishments and their commitment to AAAS and the greater scientific enterprise.

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