- Online Course: Communicating Science on Wikipedia September 2 - October 25, 2019
- Webinar: A Recruiter’s Perspective — “Why We Need People in STEM” September 26, 2019
- What Happens When We Die?: Surviving Cardiac Arrest November 18, 2019
Events by TopicOnline Course: Communicating Science on WikipediaSeptember 2 - October 25, 2019More
This course will cover how to contribute content to high-value Wikipedia articles, and learn how to communicate science through Wikipedia, a valuable way to share science with the public.September 26, 2019
Webinar: A Recruiter’s Perspective — “Why We Need People in STEM”More
Tune in to this webinar to hear from talent recruiters on why they’re actively seeking to hire STEM professionals like you, and why your scientific expertise is so vital to a variety of industries.What Happens When We Die?: Surviving Cardiac ArrestNovember 18, 2019More
This evening panel will explore current scientific discoveries regarding our understanding of death and cardiac arrest. Topics include: the impact of recent discoveries related to brain protection strategies, reversing cardiac arrest and death, consciousness, the human experience of cardiac arrest, and transformational experiences of death.
Professional Development TrainingWebinar: A Recruiter’s Perspective — “Why We Need People in STEM”September 26, 2019More
Tune in to this webinar to hear from talent recruiters on why they’re actively seeking to hire STEM professionals like you, and why your scientific expertise is so vital to a variety of industries.Online Course: Communicating Science on WikipediaSeptember 2 - October 25, 2019More
This course will cover how to contribute content to high-value Wikipedia articles, and learn how to communicate science through Wikipedia, a valuable way to share science with the public.Empowering Your Journey: A Career Planning WorkshopAugust 16, 2019More
This one-day career exploration workshop will consist of group exercises and a panel discussion that show participants how they can apply their academic skillset to create roadmaps towards a variety of non-academic careers.
Academy Member NseAbasi NsikakAbasi Etim, PhD is promoting science beyond boundaries. Read on to learn about her work in our virtual mentoring programs.More
Working in engineering and construction since World War II, Academy Member Ethel Romm brings a unique energy and perspective to our Lyceum Society.Learn how Academy Member Jorge M. Torres used his scientific background to help launch a career as a venture capital investor.More
The Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists celebrate the achievements of extraordinary young scientists and engineers and accelerate innovation through unrestricted funding.More
The Junior Academy recruits STEM experts to coach teams of talented, highly motivated students as they compete in science & technology challenges sponsored by industry-leading companies. Students and mentors can participate from anywhere in the world, connecting with one another via Launchpad, our interactive challenge platform.More
Available exclusively to our Member community, Member-to-Member Mentoring is a self-directed mentoring program that matches early career scientists and engineers with experienced STEM professionals for advice and coaching.
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For the PressWhat's App Doc?More
Research in the age of apps, cloud-based platforms, mobile devices, and the internet of thingsBeyond 2030: Sustainable Development for the Next FrontierMore
A look at the sustainability challenges of future human space exploration17 Goals to Preserve and Cherish the Pale Blue DotMore
The Spring 2018 edition of the New York Academy of Sciences Magazine covers research being conducted by Academy Members and others in the scientific community, that will help advance the U.N.’s Sustainable Development Goals.
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For 200 years—since 1817—the Academy has brought together extraordinary people working at the frontiers of discovery. Among the oldest scientific organizations in the United States, it has become not only an enduring cultural institution in New York, but also one of the most significant organizations in the global scientific community.