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- Thirty aspiring science diplomats gathered in South Africa for a regional workshop on science diplomacy, an inaugural training partnership.
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- Leaders of the China Association for Science and Technology met May 16 with AAAS counterparts to explore ways to build on longstanding collaborations.
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- Speakers at two international conferences supported by AAAS stressed the importance of increased female representation in scientific fields.