American Association for the Adv of Science

American Association for the Adv of Science

Mar 7, 10:03 PM

Join AAAS CEO Rush Holt for our inaugural weekly Science Policy Live Chat tomorrow at 1PM EST. Hell talk about how AAAS is being a force for science and answer your questions. Feel free to post questions here in advance, and visit https://www.forceforscience.org/ to learn more. See you tomorrow! #SciPolQA

Mar 6, 6:43 PM

The American Association for the Advancement of Science responded to the travel order signed by President Trump that could temporarily bar entry to the United States for individuals including scientists and students from six countries. We are concerned that the executive order announced March 6 may be implemented in a manner that will continue to restrict travel to the United States and negatively impact students and scientists who seek to work and collaborate with their peers in the United States, said Rush Holt, chief executive officer of AAAS and executive publisher of the Science family of journals. Scientific progress depends on openness, transparency, and the free flow of ideas; these principles have helped the United States attract and benefit from international scientific talent. Impacts to U.S. leadership in science, technology, and innovation should be considered in development of immigration and visa policy. To learn more about how AAAS is a force for science, and how you can join us, visit our new site: www.forceforscience.org

Feb 28, 10:10 PM

AAAS Fellow William Walden explains why he chose to pursue research instead of going to medical school. http://bit.ly/2mphvh0

Feb 20, 1:30 PM

Thank you for joining the AAAS 2017 Annual Meeting! We look forward to seeing you next year in Austin! Last daily highlights for this years meeting: 9:00 a.m.: Scientific sessions 10:30 a.m.: Meet with Science Editors in level 3 hallway of the Hynes Convention Center See the full program for today: http://bit.ly/2lh58C1