American Association for the Adv of Science

American Association for the Adv of Science

American Association for the Adv of Science

  • Nov 29 at 8:00 PM
    Scientific and engineering groups are calling on the Senate to preserve tax policies designed to make graduate school education more affordable. #TaxBill http://bit.ly/2BkSGWY
  • Nov 17 at 7:46 PM
    #AAASmember Helen Maybergs research seeks to take much of the guesswork out of treating depression. Depression is in some ways totally ethereal, at least on the surface, Mayberg said. It is both profound in terms of how it impacts lives and certainly not subtle in what it does to people. But the brain doesnt want to give up its secrets easily. http://bit.ly/2zPdYfz
  • Nov 13 at 11:30 PM
    #AAASmember Amanda Herrmann is just starting out in her career as a medical researcher, but she already has a passion for science advocacy that she says comes from her personal understanding of the deep commitment it takes to push forward our understanding of the universe. "I really believe in the importance of people who are passionate about science sharing with people who aren't in science. If I'm not going to do it, and my colleague isn't going to [do] it, then who is?" Herrmann said. http://bit.ly/2iUvdUL
  • Nov 8 at 9:32 PM
    Join us on Trellis for an online Q&A with Leah Pagnozzi this week. Leah is a graduate research assistant at Butcher Lab: Cardiovascular Developmental Bioengineering Laboratory with Cornell University. By initiating Take a Politician to Work Day," she has succeeded at bringing multiple local, state, and federal policy makers to Cornell so they can see and learn about the important research being done there. Do you want to know more about how to get involved in science advocacy? Do you want to know how to bring policy makers to your institution? Log in with your AAAS member credentials: http://bit.ly/2iGE9gD

Nov 29, 8:00 PM

Scientific and engineering groups are calling on the Senate to preserve tax policies designed to make graduate school education more affordable. #TaxBill http://bit.ly/2BkSGWY

Nov 17, 7:46 PM

#AAASmember Helen Maybergs research seeks to take much of the guesswork out of treating depression. Depression is in some ways totally ethereal, at least on the surface, Mayberg said. It is both profound in terms of how it impacts lives and certainly not subtle in what it does to people. But the brain doesnt want to give up its secrets easily. http://bit.ly/2zPdYfz

Nov 13, 11:30 PM

#AAASmember Amanda Herrmann is just starting out in her career as a medical researcher, but she already has a passion for science advocacy that she says comes from her personal understanding of the deep commitment it takes to push forward our understanding of the universe. "I really believe in the importance of people who are passionate about science sharing with people who aren't in science. If I'm not going to do it, and my colleague isn't going to [do] it, then who is?" Herrmann said. http://bit.ly/2iUvdUL

Nov 8, 9:32 PM

Join us on Trellis for an online Q&A with Leah Pagnozzi this week. Leah is a graduate research assistant at Butcher Lab: Cardiovascular Developmental Bioengineering Laboratory with Cornell University. By initiating Take a Politician to Work Day," she has succeeded at bringing multiple local, state, and federal policy makers to Cornell so they can see and learn about the important research being done there. Do you want to know more about how to get involved in science advocacy? Do you want to know how to bring policy makers to your institution? Log in with your AAAS member credentials: http://bit.ly/2iGE9gD