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AAAS Gathering In Boston

1993 AAAS Meeting: Science And Education For The Future More than 4,000 scientists are expected at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, to be held in Boston February 11-16. Meeting highlights: Three days of symposia entitled "Future Chemistry: From Carbon to Silicon," February 14-16. Nano-engineering will be the focus of lectures by 20 different speakers. A special one-day symposium, "Science Education Reform in America," Saturday, February 13. Amon

Ron Kaufman

1993 AAAS Meeting: Science And Education For The Future

More than 4,000 scientists are expected at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, to be held in Boston February 11-16.

Meeting highlights:
Three days of symposia entitled "Future Chemistry: From Carbon to Silicon," February 14-16. Nano-engineering will be the focus of lectures by 20 different speakers.

  • A special one-day symposium, "Science Education Reform in America," Saturday, February 13. Among the sessions is a detailed discussion of AAAS's Project 2061, a proposal for science education reform.

  • A one-day workshop, "Regulated Gene Expression and Chromosome Structure," presented by AAAS and the American Society of Cell Biology, Saturday, February 13.

  • On Saturday at 2:30 P.M., symposia entitled "Biological Science in the Public Domain," featuring a lecture by Harvard University evolutionary biologist Stephen Jay Gould.

  • Lecture by former Office of Science and Technology Policy director Allan Bromley,...
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