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2020 Show Us Your Brains! Photo and Video Contest

Neuroscience has come a long way since the hand drawings of Ramon y Cajal and currently innovative technology continues to capture the wonder and beauty of the brain. As the entire world is now facing a major threat from the COVID-19 pandemic, science continues to progress on many other fronts.  The Second Annual Show us Your Brains!  Photo and Video Contest collected amazing images...[more]

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2020 Top Employers

In a year like no other, 2020’s Top Employers Survey not only highlighted the best working environments in pharma and biotech but also addressed some of the unique issues that arose this year, such as how to respond to a pandemic. Discover what approximately 7,600 scientists had to say about what makes or breaks the best employers in the industry....[more]

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A GoPro for beetles: Researchers create a robotic camera backpack for insects

In the movie “Ant-Man,” the title character can shrink in size and travel by soaring on the back of an insect. Now researchers at the University of Washington have developed a tiny wireless steerable camera that can also ride aboard an insect, giving everyone a chance to see an Ant-Man view of the world. The camera, which streams video to a smartphone at 1 to 5 frames per second, sits...[more]

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AAAS S&T Policy Fellowships

AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships The AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships (STPF) is the premier opportunity for outstanding scientists, social scientists and engineers to learn first-hand about policymaking, bring valuable expertise to policy, and enhance STEM in the federal government. Gain hands-on policy experience, help develop and execute solutions to address soc...[more]

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AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships

The AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships is the premier professional development and public service opportunity for outstanding doctoral-level scientists and engineers. Miss us during the AAAS Annual Meeting? Keep in touch using the button below, or follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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American Academy of Arts & Sciences

Academy projects in Science, Engineering, and Technology (SET) seek to strengthen the capacity of science and engineering to improve the human condition. Global challenges increasingly require collaboration across disciplinary, professional, and national boundaries, while rapid advances in information processing and transmission raise new issues for both the management of scientific and technical information and for the ability of individuals and institutions to assimilate and act on new discoveries.  New publications from the American Academy of Arts & Sciences SET team will be available for download on the following topics: • Public Face of Science • Challenges for International Scientific Partnerships • New Models for U.S. Science & Technology Policy   Select publications from previous SET projects are also available for download at the Academy's virtual booth. To browse all Academy publications and projects, as well as to see our roster of upcoming events, please visit our website.    In addition to its program work, the American Academy is known publishing for its quarterly journal, Dædalus. Representing the intellectual community in its breadth and diversity, Dædalus explores the frontiers of knowledge and issues of public importance. The Academy is pleased to announce that all Daedalus articles published since 2003 are now Open Access and available to read and download online. Dædalus essays and issues – with links to related Academy projects – are available through the American Academy’s website; issues published from 2003 to the present are also accessible through The MIT Press.   A member of the Academy's Science, Engineering, & Technology team will be available over the course of the conference to answer additional questions about the work of the SET Program Area and the Academy in general. 

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American Society for Virology

The American Society for Virology is the premier organization representing the U.S. virology community. The Society promotes the exchange of information and stimulates discussion and collaboration among virologists. Its members and trainees form the backbone of the pipeline of scientists whose careers have advanced the science of virus research for more than a quarter century.   

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Arizona State University

Arizona State University, ranked No. 1 “Most Innovative School” in the United States by U.S. News & World Report for six years in succession, has forged the model for a New American University. ASU is a comprehensive public research institution, measured not by whom it excludes, but by whom it includes and how they succeed; advancing research and discovery of public value; and assuming fundamental responsibility for the economic, social, cultural and overall health of the communities it serves. ASU operates on the principle that learning is a personal and original journey for each student; that they thrive on experience, and the process of discovery cannot be bound by traditional academic disciplines. Through innovation and a commitment to accessibility, ASU has drawn pioneering researchers to its faculty even as it expands opportunities for qualified students, attracting some of the highest caliber students from all 50 states and more than 130 nations. Building on a legacy of excellence, ASU has rapidly enriched its research enterprise. In just 10 years, the university has more than doubled its research funding. By redefining the 21st-century university as a knowledge enterprise, ASU has inspired its faculty and students to lead discovery, most notably in space exploration, health and well-being, sustainability, energy, water, and more. Our interdisciplinary, solutions-focused approach to research, entrepreneurship, and economic development is centered on discovery that translates into impact and the fusion of intellectual disciplines in order to solve complex problems. ASU is ranked first in the U.S. and fifth in the world by Times Higher Education for advancing the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals, including global impact on poverty and hunger, developing solutions for clean water and energy, and promoting gender equality.

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Associated Universities Inc. (AUI)

At AUI we collaborate with the scientific community to plan, build, and operate cutting-edge facilities. We cultivate excellence, deliver value, enhance education, and engage the public. Our expertise focuses on continually improving research and development, user facilities, management and operations, technology incubation, and community engagement through workshop and conferences. AUI was created in the public interest as a non-profit organization to establish and manage one of the first Federally Funded Research and Development Centers, Brookhaven National Laboratory. We pioneered the user facility model allowing the research community to tackle science projects at a scale that no single institution could afford individually. We continue to be the trusted manager of the US radio astronomy for over 70 years. We lead an international coalition to develop, build, and operate the groundbreaking ALMA observatory. And we are continually expanding our focus to address national challenges such as cybersecurity with our incubator AUI Labs

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Astronomy in Chile Educator Ambassadors Program

Background The U.S. has invested hundreds of millions of dollars in astronomy infrastructure in Chile, and tens of millions of dollars more each year for operations, and new projects are already under way. In addition to the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory (CTIO), Gemini-South Observatory, and the Atacama Large Millimeter-submillimeter Array (ALMA), the National...[more]

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ASU Core Research Facilities

ASU Core Research Facilities provide state-of-the art equipment, specialized services, and expert consultation and training to help you solve your most pressing research challenges. Our six divisions: Biosciences, Chemical and Environmental Characterization, Instrument Design and Fabrication, Materials sciences, Nanofabrication and Research Computing are ready to help.  Click here to rea...[more]

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ASU Knowledge Enterprise impact in 2020

We advance research, innovation, strategic partnerships, entrepreneurship and international development at the most innovative university in the nation. Take a look at our accomplishments in 2020.

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ASU Thrive Magazine

ASU Thrive is the official magazine of Arizona State University. Click here to view past and current issues. 

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Big Astronomy

It takes many people with diverse backgrounds, talents, and skills to run a world-class observatory. Meet a few of these people as they share the wonder of the sky—and the excitement of discovery. Explore the world-class observatories nestled in northern Chile’s mountains and learn why Chile, with its beautiful mountain ranges and clear, cloudless skies create an ideal environment...[more]