Plenary Sessions

AAAS President’s Address

Gilda Barabino, AAAS President
Chair of the 2023 AAAS Annual Meeting

The Past, Present, and Future of our Research Enterprise

Marcia McNutt
President, National Academy of Sciences

Doomed to Repeat: Why the History of Science is Indispensable


A debate moderated by
Holden Thorp,
Editor-in-Chief, Science Journals

Topical Sessions

Conversation on the Use of Continental Ancestry


Moderator:
Agustín Fuentes, Princeton University
Speakers:
Joseph Graves, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
Pilar Ossario, University of Wisconsin Law School
Anna Lewis, Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, Harvard University

Two Decades after the Day After Tomorrow: The Quest for How the Ocean Overturns

Susan Lozier,
Georgia Institute of Technology

Sign Languages of the World

Carol Padden,
University of California, San Diego

Homo Narrans Through the Looking Glass of Dark Matter

Chanda Prescod-Weinstein,
University of New Hampshire

Communicating for Action to Replace Latino Health Inequities

Amelie Ramirez,
University of Texas Health Center at San Antonio

Policy and Technological Innovations Shaping the Energy Transition

Geri Richmond,
U.S. Department of Energy

New Approach to Reducing Viral Respiratory Infection

Richard N. Zare,
Stanford University

SPECIAL SESSIONS

Molecular Cell Atlases Come to Fruition

Steve Quake,
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

SARTON LECTURE: Who Does the Work of Science? A Century of Science as Passion, Punishment, and Paycheck

Laura Stark,
Vanderbilt University

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