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...but two more years without a sequester as Congress votes to #RaisetheCaps.
The National Science Foundation does not and will not tolerate sexual misconduct and has announced new steps to help eliminate such transgressions from science and engineering.
The Astronomical Society of the Pacific recognizes individual achievements in astronomy research, technology, education, and public outreach each year. Nominations for 2018 are due on 1 March.
Take a mind-blowing voyage to the most powerful and mysterious objects in the universe and then share the science of black holes with your students using educational resources from PBS and WGBH.
Join the Association for Women in Science and the Society of Women Engineers for the annual "Diversity and Inclusion Fuels Innovation in STEM" Capitol Hill Days on 14-15 March. Register by 15 February.
Join an online hangout on Thursday, 8 February, at 3:00 pm ET to hear about the new planetary system around the star K2-138.
The Astronomical Society of the Pacific is producing a book to document and celebrate the Great American Eclipse of 2017. Do you have something to contribute? Let the ASP know by 15 February.
The AAS leadership salutes our colleagues at the Arecibo Observatory and elsewhere in Puerto Rico for their courage and dedication in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.
Voting in the AAS election of officers and trustees for terms beginning in 2018 closed on 31 January, and the ballots have been counted. The envelopes, please...