News Briefings

News briefings will be webcast live from Washington, DC, beginning Thursday, 14 February. Browse the schedule below for news briefing start times and topics.

Schedule subject to change. All times are listed in US Eastern Standard Time (EST).

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Thursday, 14 February


10:00 AM
Depression Accelerates Aging in the Brain

WATCH BRIEFING
11:00 AM
Mitigating Racial Disparities in the Criminal Justice System

WATCH BRIEFING
1:00 PM
The Case for Banning Killer Robots

WATCH BRIEFING
2:00 PM
Blockchain: A Tool to Share, Accelerate Science?

WATCH BRIEFING
3:00 PM
Food Waste Drives Global Problems

WATCH BRIEFING

Friday, 15 February


10:00 AM
Teaching Machine Learning to Get Better Answers

WATCH BRIEFING
11:00 AM
Long-Duration Spaceflight Raises Human Health Concerns

WATCH BRIEFING
1:00 PM
Better Biology Instruction for a More Equitable Society

WATCH BRIEFING
2:00 PM
Mass Spectrometry Unmasks Clues from the Past

WATCH BRIEFING
3:00 PM
Drugmakers Face Fake Medicines, Discovery Limits, Flawed Clinical Trials

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Saturday, 16 February


9:00 AM
Art Conservation Leverages Advanced Scientific Knowhow

WATCH BRIEFING
10:00 AM
New Views on Universal Flu Vaccine Development

WATCH BRIEFING
11:00 AM
The 2020 Census: Science, Accuracy and Privacy

WATCH BRIEFING
1:00 PM
Climate Change: Scientists Tap Nature, Space and Society

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2:00 PM
Pediatric Cancer Treatment Comes to Crisis Zones

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Sunday, 17 February


9:00 AM
Homes Harbor Airborne Chemicals

WATCH BRIEFING
10:00 AM
Building A Winning Team for Missions to Mars

WATCH BRIEFING
11:00 AM
The “Viral” Microbiome Gets A Leading Role

WATCH BRIEFING
12:00 PM
Getting at Why Some Six Million Children Die Each Year

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