Last month, 30 minority scientists participated in the 10th annual Linton-Poodry SACNAS Leadership Institute at AAAS headquarters in Washington, D.C.
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- The SEA Change program was launched earlier this year by AAAS to help transform the culture of the scientific enterprise, beginning with institutions of higher education.
- President Trump expected to nominate meteorologist Kelvin K. Droegemeier as director of Office of Science and Technology Policy
- The scientific community needs to pursue basic research and commercial applications at the same time to expand innovations and U.S. competitiveness.
- The AAAS Center for Science Diplomacy held a week-long workshop to introduce future leaders to the science diplomacy ecosystem of Washington, D.C.
- AAAS convened a group of experts to contribute to an initiative examining how U.S. communities are using science to respond to climate change.
- Video science journalism can simultaneously explain difficult technical concepts, illuminate the impacts of scientific advances and make the audience laugh, as demonstrated by the work of Nsikan Akpan, digital science producer at PBS NewsHour, co-creator of the program’s ScienceScope digital series...
- Sixty-nine multidisciplinary organizations urge the EPA to withdraw the proposed 'transparency' rule that would block agency from the best science.
- Visualize: Art Revealing Science, an exhibit in honor of the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators' 50th anniversary, will be on public viewing at AAAS from July 16 to October 15.
- Scientific institutions need to increase diversity by placing more professors with underrepresented backgrounds on the faculty or in leadership roles, said Kenneth Gibbs.