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A three-part series looks at the AAAS programs that communicate the power of science and technology though creative approaches: visual art, dance and literature.

Relationship building is key for the Dialogue on Science, Ethics and Religion.

One of Biplav Srivastava’s long-term goals is to help people use technology to solve the problems they face. This wasn’t always his top priority, though – for many years after completing his Ph.D., he didn’t really worry about connecting his research to real-world impacts. Then, he says, he started to become very concerned that while his work was having significant commercial success, “it meant nothing on the street… it has limited value if you can’t see it around you.”

As described in a AAAS report released today, “the COVID-19 pandemic provided … a unique opportunity to prove that AI could be harnessed for the benefit of all humanity, and AI developers seized the moment.”

In the second installment in a two-part series, learn how AAAS serves undergraduates, graduate students and new Ph.D. holders – and how you can take part in AAAS programs to enhance your education or kick-start a career that draws upon your scientific expertise.

What does 50 years of science policy impact look like? Join us for the 2021 Live Chat series to find out. Each month from May through October we’ll have a robust conversation with fellows, alumni fellows and STPF staff. 

Eight seminaries across the country will incorporate science into their coursework and campus life as participants in AAAS' Science for Seminaries project.

The AAAS Mass Media Fellowship program recently announced their new cohort of 29 fellows to be placed in newsrooms around the country for 10 weeks this summer.

In the newest installment in the video series “AAAS Voices: Countering Science Misinformation,” Astrid Caldas recommends several strategies for fellow climate change communicators who want to best connect with their audiences.

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