Join a conversation on deepening humanity’s relationship to the natural world and exploring how diverse communities can support and sustain positive change.
We spoke with a diverse range of practicing scientists and science communicators about their engagement activities with faith communities, all sharing the themes of being strategic, being respectful, and being human.
Log in to the event site to view videos from "Forward Together: Where Science, Ethics, & Religion Intersect in a Changing World," a free virtual symposium on science’s impact on human life and society and how faith communities are engaging with forefront science.
In this inspiring short film, scientists describe how their fascination with the beauty and complexity of nature informs their vocations, and how their observations of the natural world cause them to reflect on the bigger questions of life.
Introducing a new video series from AAAS DoSER that will explore difficult topics such as how science contributed to racism, how modern science understands humanity as one species, how racism is still real, and how the history of science is far from perfect when it comes to racist ideas.
The most important thing we do in science is to make it real and important for the people that we’re speaking to.
Fatimah Jackson, Director, W. Montague Cobb Research Laboratory, Howard University