Eco Efforts at the Meeting

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Eco Efforts at the Meeting We are making efforts to collectively address the carbon footprint of the AAAS Annual Meeting. See the steps we are taking and join the conversation by sharing your ideas here or attending the Town Hall at the 2020 #AAASmtg: meetings.aaas.org/ecoefforts

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Ways to Mine the 2020 #AAASmtg Program

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Mine the Meeting Program We put together some short cuts to discover the #research and issues important to you! Here are some ways to creatively browse the #AAASmtg program: meetings.aaas.org/program/mine-meeting-program Have other strategies to mine our expansive program? Share with us using our hashtag #AAASmtg

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Meeting Program is Available Online

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2020 AAAS Annual Meeting Program Learn how the 2020 meeting program focuses on drawing on our current understanding of the world, and bravely experimenting with forward-thinking visions, the scientific community needs to respond with developments to help solve many pressing problems. View the 2020 AAAS Annual Meeting Program.  Online Program

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Advance Registration Now Available Online

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Register for the 2020 AAAS Annual Meeting Register at discounted advance registration rates. Register Now Advance registration rates are available now through January 24, 2020. On-site registration rates will apply thereafter. Registration Rates   Advance Rates for AAAS Memberfor members in good standing Advance Rates for Non-Memberfor all other attendees On-site

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E-poster Abstract Now Being Solicited for the 2020 #AAASmtg!

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E-poster Sessions E-poster abstracts are now being accepted.  Online Submissions The Student E-poster Competition is open to individual full-time students, at the time of submission, for work recently performed while enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate or doctoral degree program. E-poster presenters must register to attend the meeting. More Information The

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Submit Your Design for Annual Meeting Tote

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2020 AAAS Annual Meeting Tote Bag Design Contest We are looking for original designs that reflect the premise of Envisioning Tomorrow’s Earth. The winning entry will be featured on official meeting tote bags. Submission Guidelines: The theme of the 2020 Annual Meeting is Envisioning Tomorrow’s Earth. This Annual Meeting celebrates

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Session Proposal Flyers in 13 Languages

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Session Proposal Flyers Over 50 countries were represented at the 2019 AAAS Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.! We want to continue the trend of incorporating diverse international perspectives at the 2020 meeting in Seattle. Find and download a proposal submission flyer in your language, and share with colleagues who may

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Review 2020 Meeting Proposals

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Sign Up to Be a Proposal Reviewer Scientific session proposal reviewers play an essential role in shaping a strong and well-balanced program for the Annual Meeting. Reviewers will need a doctorate, and the reviewing period will take place from May 9 – May 21, 2019. If you are available during

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Avoid Hotel Reservation Scams

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Hotel reservations and meeting registration for the 2020 AAAS Annual Meeting will be available on this website in August. You may be pursued by an unaffiliated company to book your hotel rooms at supposedly significant discounts. Reservations made through one of these agencies will be at your own risk, and

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Submit a Proposal for the 2020 AAAS Annual Meeting

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Envisioning Tomorrow’s Earth Submit a Proposal for the 2020 Annual Meeting! Online Submissions The scientific endeavor has been at the forefront in developing innovations which have improved life on Earth in immeasurable ways. Now, life on this planet is facing new challenges from both nature and the built world, and

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