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Office of Communications

Communications staff assist reporters seeking expert sources and information on AAAS programs, as well as research published in the Science family of journals. Public engagement staff help improve scientist communication and engagement with public audiences.

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“Killer” Target Could Help Treat Adenovirus Infection in Vulnerable Children

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Mass Media Fellows Look Back on Summer in Journalism

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Tal Z Woliner Named AAAS Chief Communications Officer

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New Report Calls for Input from Underserved Communities in Deploying AI for Public Health

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Some COVID-19 Survivors May Be Better Protected From Variants Than Others

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STEM Educators Make Science Fun

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IF/THEN Ambassadors Find Innovative Ways to Connect

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Electrically Spun Artificial Fibers Match Performance of Human Muscle Fibers

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DoSER Builds Relationships to Connect Scientific and Religious Communities

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Correlation Discovered Between Genetic History, Grammar in Northeast Asia

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Scientist Honored for Discovering a Weakness in Aggressive Lung Cancer

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Science in the Summer Activities Let Children ‘Be an Engineer’

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Prize-Winning Leg Prosthetic Design Provides Better Motion, Less Pain

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DoSER’s Science for Seminaries Wins Expanded Reason Award

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Film Highlights AAAS Science Diplomacy Efforts with North Korea

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Common Blood Pressure Drugs Leave Immune Cells Weak Against Bacteria

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New Additions to ‘How We Respond’ Highlight Communities Addressing Climate Change Impacts

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Human Eyes Absorb Visual Information Even During Rapid Eye Movements

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AAAS IF/THEN Ambassadors Dr. Ciara Sivels and Dr. Jessica Taaffe Featured in 3M Documentary 'Not the Science Type'

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2020 AAAS Annual Report: Science By All, For All.

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Inherited Social Networks Shape Hyena Society and Survival

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Gut-Brain Axis Yields Clues to Neurodegenerative Disease

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Mass Media Fellows Reflect on Paths to Science Communication

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AAAS Kavli Winners Reflect on Covid-19 and Public Health Reporting