Meet the Scientists at AAAS Family Science Days!
These events occur daily from 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. at the Canada Pavilion.
Friday, Feb. 17
- Natalie Prystajecky– Norovirus: The Modern Scourge of Food and Family Norovirus: The Modern Scourge of Food and Family
- Judith Myers – Transcending Interdisciplinary Research Barriers: Best Practices for Mobilizing Knowledge
- Villy Christensen – Predicting the Future Ocean: The Nereus Program
- William Cheung – Predicting the Future Ocean: The Nereus Progra
Saturday, Feb. 18
- Roger Francois – Documenting a Changing Ocean Through International Multidisciplinary Collaborations
- Hisham Zerriffi – The Climate and Health Impacts of Cooking with Biomass
- John Saddler – Food, Feed, and Fuel: Optimizing Economic and Sustainable Biofuel Production
- David Flanders – Causes and Effects of Relative Sea-Level Changes in the Northeast Pacific; Climate Change in Northern Latitudes
Sunday, Feb. 19
- Heather Piwowar – Accelerating Scientific Progress Through Public Availability of Research Data
- Eric Vatikiotis-Bateson – Gesture, Language, and Performance: Aspects of Embodiment
- Judy Illes – Neuroscience and Criminal Justice in the 21st Century: A Cross-Country View
- Hassan Farhangi – Can a Smarter Grid Slow Down Climate Change While Accelerating Energy Independence?
- Dirk Zeller – Underreported Yet Overoptimistic: Fisheries Catch Reconstructions and Food Security
- Sarah Harper – Underreported Yet Overoptimistic: Fisheries Catch Reconstructions and Food Security
- Daniel Pauly – Underreported Yet Overoptimistic: Fisheries Catch Reconstructions and Food Security
- Rashid Sumaila – Whole-Ocean Economics: Global Fisheries Analysis Reveals Potential for Policy Action and Governance in Marine Social-Ecological Systems