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The New York Academy of Sciences 2018 Annual Gala

The New York Academy of Sciences 2018 Annual Gala

Monday, November 5, 2018

The Conrad Hotel, 102 North End Ave, New York

At this year’s event, the New York Academy of Sciences will Celebrate the Extraordinary! In the 21st century, the world is facing unique challenges, and we need extraordinary scientists to rise to the occasion. Science and technology have become driving forces for change that are helping to create a more sustainable planet and improve the quality of life for its inhabitants.

The Academy understands the importance of investing in STEM education to create a better world today and inspire the innovators of tomorrow. With your support, the Academy and its partners are identifying and fostering STEM talent through every step of their career and building the STEM workforce that will tackle society's grandest challenges. We hope you will join us to celebrate impact of STEM education.

We are thrilled to welcome Amina J. Mohammed, Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations, as our guest speaker this year.

Featuring the Blavatnik Regional Awards for Young Scientists.

For a comprehensive list of our supporters download the 2018 Gala Program Booklet featuring the Blavatnik Regional Awards for Young Scientists and students from the Global STEM Alliance here.