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- Five scientists were honored Thursday evening with Golden Goose Awards in recognition of their longstanding work advancing the fields of immunology and social psychology.
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- AAAS leverages emerging scientific technologies in its collaborations with human rights organizations to expand capacity to defend human rights.
- Danielle Buttke discovered during her AAAS Leshner Leadership Institute Fellowship year that veering off-topic can be useful, no event or interaction is too small to be meaningful, and engaging with people sometimes means talking about her personal life, instead of always trying to be the face of a...
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- The AAAS Center for Public Engagement with Science is seeking active researchers in the field of human augmentation, new and emerging technologies that may change humans’ physical, sensory or cognitive capacities, for the fourth cohort of the Leshner Leadership Institute fellowship program. The...