America and the International Future of Science

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American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Table of Contents


Defining International Scientific Partnerships
Imperatives for International Collaborations

The Global Nature of Scientific Questions: Advancing Knowledge Often Requires International Engagement

Einstein’s Universe: Exploring Spacetime
Preventing Death: Developing a Rotavirus Vaccine
SPECIAL SECTION – A Persistent Global Challenge: The Threat of Pandemics

Leveraging International Talent: Sustaining a Strong STEM Workforce

Human Cell Atlas: Making a Map of the Building Blocks of Life

U.S. Economic Competitiveness: Strengthening America and Boosting Prosperity

International Rice Research Institute: Agricultural Research for Global Food Security
Spinal Muscular Atrophy: Developing Treatments for Childhood Disease

U.S. National Security: Bolstering Security with Knowledgeable Engagement and Science Diplomacy

SESAME: Bringing Middle East Countries Together Through Science

Funding Realities: Requirements for Successful Participation in Large-Scale Science

CERN: Seeking Answers to Fundamental Questions about Our Universe

Contributing to Development and Application of Ethical Norms and Scientific Guidelines

Asilomar Conference on Recombinant DNA: Promoting Ethical and Safe Research

Challenges of International Scientific Partnerships

What Happens After COVID-19?
SPECIAL SECTION – Mitigating the Effects of Strained Diplomatic Relations on Scientific Partnerships