More than 50 scientists shared their research at the Coalition for National Science Funding exhibition and reception on Capitol Hill on May 9. AAAS is a member of the coalition, which supports investment in the National Science Foundation’s research and education programs. | Neil Orman/AAAS
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- Even accounting for their proportionate size, bigger female fish produce many more offspring than smaller fish, a new study in the 11 May issue of Science reveals. The results hold implications for fisheries, where large fish are often preferentially harvested, potentially creating a cycle where...
- The Next Einstein Forum Global Gathering 2018 in Rwanda featured African research and explored how to accelerate the continent’s innovation capacity.
- Poor populations in the tropics will likely experience large variations in monthly temperature in the next decades, according to a new report.
- Editors of leading peer-reviewed scientific journals published on Monday a joint response to a proposed EPA rule.
- The largest survey data set of western Africa chimpanzees and gorillas will guide conservation efforts in the region.
- Industrial robot arms, parallel grippers, force-detecting sensors and 3-D cameras successfully assembled an IKEA chair in 20 minutes. / Suárez-Ruiz et al. Sci. Robot. 3, eaat6385 (2018) Commercial off-the-shelf robotic hardware can assemble an IKEA chair outside of a factory setting, scientists in...
- More than 30 scientists visited Texas schools to share their unique personal journeys with students. | Caitlin Jennings/AAAS When scientists deliver talks to middle and high school students for AAAS’ Classroom Science Days, everyone learns something, students and scientists alike. This year’s event...
- More than 80 AAAS volunteers deployed jelly beans, Braille lettering and auditory illusions to creatively demonstrate the science of the five senses to thousands of curious participants at the 5th USA Science & Engineering Festival in Washington, D.C.
- Science enthusiasts gathered on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, joined by supporters at some 230 satellite rallies in towns and cities across the globe for what was an endorsement of scientific evidence and a celebration of its discoveries.