UW Science Initiative Collaborates With Snowy Range Academy for Field-Based Research | News

June 17, 2022 UW faculty members and students who make up the Science Initiative Roadshow, from left, are Ellen Polites, Austin Bernard, Jamie Crait, Mark Lyford, Eva Smith, Katie Davis, Ryan Goeken and Karagh Brummond. Sarah Greger is not pictured. The group worked with Snowy Range Academy fifth grade students on various field-based research in … Read more

New York Academy of Sciences Partners with Leon Levy Foundation to Expand Opportunities for Neuroscience Researchers

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New York City Researchers from Groups Historically Underrepresented in the Sciences Encouraged to Apply for Funding New York, NY, June 15, 2022 – The New York Academy of Sciences and the Leon Levy Foundation announced today that they are partnering to expand the Foundation’s support for early-career neuroscientists. The Leon Levy Scholars … Read more

Queen’s Birthday honours for four Academy Fellows

June 13, 2022 (Left to right): Professor Tanya Monro, Professor Warren Ewens (Photo: University of Pennsylvania), Professor Jennie Brand-Miller, and Professor David Gardner. The Australian Academy of Science congratulates its four Fellows recognized in the 2022 Queen’s Birthday Honors List with appointments to the Order of Australia for their outstanding service and exceptional achievements. This … Read more

Pontifical Academy of Sciences plans for a sustainable future

Two high-level conferences held at the Pontifical Academy of Sciences focused on the need to invest in science to save the oceans and the planet in an increasingly urbanized and industrial world. By Mario Galgano & Linda Bordoni The Pontifical Academy of Sciences in the Vatican this week hosted two conferences aimed at proposing and … Read more

Dr. Cato T. Laurencin Elected to the European Academy of Sciences

In recognition of his pioneering work in the field of regenerative engineering, UConn professor Dr. Cato T. Laurencin has been elected to the prestigious European Academy of Sciences (EURASC). “It’s very gratifying that a number of different parts of the world consider the work we are doing to be breakthrough,” Laurencin says. “The world is … Read more

Sato Academy of Mathematics and Science • Long Beach Post News

Principal Veronica Coleman and former school board member Doug Otto congratulated the students and handed out diplomas. Student speakers included ASB President Jaymie Grace Simon Baluyot, ASB Vice President Nicole Victoria Capcha, Roktima Godhuli and Kenneth Dinh-Hien Le. It was the second ceremony in a busy graduation season for Long Beach Unified that continues through … Read more

Tyrone native to join National Academy of Sciences | News, Sports, Jobs

Tyrone native Dorothy Merritts, professor of geoscience at Franklin and Marshall College, recently became the first person from the school elected to the National Academy of Sciences. Courtesy photo A Tyrone native and professor of geoscience at Franklin & Marshall College was recently elected to the National Academy of Sciences. Dorothy … Read more

Academy reports achievements of 2021

May 31, 2022 . Improving Australians’ understanding of the benefits of immunization is one of the many achievements highlighted in the Academy’s recently published annual report for 2021. To support vaccination and other COVID-related health messages, in partnership with the Australian Government, the Academy created information for broad audiences via print, videos, online articles and … Read more

New National Academy of Sciences members

By Nathan Collins, Mark Golden, Taylor Kubota, Emily Moskal, and Danielle Torrent Tucker Eight Stanford University researchers are among the 120 newly elected members of the National Academy of Sciences. Scientists are elected to the NAS by their peers. Image credit: Courtesy National Academy of Sciences The new members from Stanford are Greg Beroza, the … Read more

Academy announces 2022 Fellows for outstanding contributions to science

May 26, 2022 The new Fellows of 2022. An Indigenous health champion and a pioneering astrophysicist are among 22 Australians recognized for their outstanding contributions to science by being elected Fellows of the Australian Academy of Science. Professor Tom Calma AO, Chancellor of the University of Canberra, has been elected championing the improvement of Indigenous … Read more