American Association for the Advancement of Science AAAS

Advancing Science Serving Society

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The American Association for the Advancement of Science, “Triple A-S” (AAAS), is an international non-profit organization dedicated to advancing science around the world by serving as an educator, leader, spokesperson and professional association. In addition to organizing membership activities, AAAS publishes the journal Science, as well as many scientific newsletters, books and reports, and spearheads programs that raise the bar of understanding for science worldwide … (about 1/2).

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Address: AAAS, 1200 New York Avenue NW (located on 12th Street, N.W., with entrances at H Street and New York Avenue.), Washington, DC 20005, USA; detailed map;
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About 2/2: … AAAS History: Founded in 1848, AAAS serves some 262 affiliated societies and academies of science, serving 10 million individuals. Science has the largest paid circulation of any peer-reviewed general science journal in the world, with an estimated total readership of one million. 

The non-profit AAAS is open to all and fulfills its mission to “advance science and serve society”:

  • through initiatives in science policy;
  • international programs;
  • science education;
  • and more.

For the latest research news, log onto EurekAlert!, the premier science-news Web site, a service of AAAS.

Membership and Programs: Open to all, AAAS membership includes a subscription to Science. Four primary program areas fulfill the AAAS mission:

  • Science and Policy
  • International Activities
  • Education and Human Resources
  • Project 2061

AAAS Mission: AAAS seeks to “advance science, engineering, and innovation throughout the world for the benefit of all people.” To fulfill this mission, the AAAS Board has set these broad goals:

  • Enhance communication among scientists, engineers, and the public;
  • Promote and defend the integrity of science and its use;
  • Strengthen support for the science and technology enterprise;
  • Provide a voice for science on societal issues;
  • Promote the responsible use of science in public policy;
  • Strengthen and diversify the science and technology workforce;
  • Foster education in science and technology for everyone;
  • Increase public engagement with science and technology; and
  • Advance international cooperation in science.

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