Experts from Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center will present research findings at the 186th annual meeting of the world's largest multidisciplinary science society, the American Association for the Advancement of Science. This year's theme is “Envisioning Tomorrow’s Earth.”
Thousands of scientists, educators, policymakers, journalists and others are expected to attend the meeting this year.
As part of AAAS newsroom activities, Fred Hutch will host a press breakfast. The event is open to AAAS newsroom registrants only.
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Fred Hutch’s Science Education Partnership, led by Dr. Jeanne Chowning, will have a hands-on exhibit featuring pipettes used to measure small amount of DNA, which is important for cancer diagnosis and treatment. The free public science event will be held at the Sheraton Grand Hotel and is geared for K-12 youths and their families.
A welcome, timely gathering of scientists in Seattle
The Seattle Times | Feb. 3, 2020