2018 Annual Meeting is Advancing Science: Discovery to Application

http://meetings.aaas.org/tote-bag-design-contest/

Instruction and Guidelines:

The theme of the 2018 Annual Meeting is Advancing Science: Discovery to Application and your design should reflect that idea.

  • Submissions must be your own artwork!
  • Design may include line art, text, original artwork and is limited to one color, which will be blue ink (Pantone Color #PMS 653) printed on white canvas.
  • Tote bags are made of 100% white cotton with blue handles and include AAAS logo under the winning art piece and the sponsor logo on the opposite side.
  • Your design should fit on 10” by 10” space above AAAS logo.
  • All entries must be sent to meetings@aaas.org with a subject line “Tote Bag Contest” as a low-resolution (.jpg or .pdf) file.
  • If your design is chosen, we will require a high-resolution vector file (.eps or .ai format).

Entry Deadline and Judging:

The deadline for submission is July 25, 2017.

  • Selection of the winning design will be made by AAAS art committee and winner announced by August 15, 2017.
  • The winner will be announced on the Annual Meeting website and social media outlets and receive free registration to the 2018 Annual Meeting and a year-long subscription to Science digital.

We reserve the right to decline any design with inappropriate or offensive content or imagery. By submitting your artwork to the competition, you are authorizing AAAS for its reproduction on 2018 Annual Meeting tote bags, as well as its use in all related marketing efforts. The winning design will be put on all tote bags handed out to attendees of the AAAS 2018 Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas.

Advancing Science: Discovery to Application

In extraordinary times, the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) must come together to advance science with particular force. This conviction is in the organization’s DNA. In 1851, AAAS’ third president Alexander Dallas Bache said, “While science is without organization, it is without power.” Now, as then, we must work together with renewed energy across the full spectrum of the scientific enterprise—and across the sectors that advance it.

The scientific enterprise embraces a broad spectrum of activities, from fundamental research to advanced applications. Academia, government, and industry all perform critical roles in moving ideas into innovations. The demands of the twenty-first century, including improved access to sufficient food, clean water, sustainable energy, and health care, can only be met by accelerating discovery and the translation of discovery into applications. Robust, sustained investments across the full spectrum of the scientific enterprise are essential for developing products that improve the human condition and drive economic growth. We can speed progress by amplifying collaboration across sectors and disciplines. What new avenues for interaction between basic and applied research might be explored? How can we encourage broader participation from every sector and demographic to meet today’s needs and to help invent the future?

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