The New Jersey Academy of Science is a private, non-profit, scientific and educational organization of scientists and others interested in science, with a membership of about 400. It was founded in 1954, is affiliated with the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and is a member of the National Association of Academies of Science.
The purpose of the academy is to stimulate education and research in science throughout New Jersey. The academy seeks to accomplish this purpose by publication of a scholarly journal, The Bulletin, by support of secondary school programs in science, such as our Science for Breakfast program, and grants to promote high school research, and by dissemination of current research results through our annual meetings and special symposia, as well as other occasional publications.
Teachers and high school students conducting research will find information pertaining to high school programs and activities under the Junior Academy Menu. Undergraduate, Graduate and Science Professionals will primarily find information pertaining to their activities under the Senior Academy menus.
- Download an NJAS Brochure containing lots of information about the New Jersey Academy of Sciences, including an application form for membership in the Academy, and join us today! We need your support!
- NJAS is proud to announce the winners of this year's Grant-in-Aid awards. Congratulations to all of the students and their teachers on their excellent project proposals.
- Picture galleries are here! NJAS is pleased to share a few photographic memories from our 50th Annual Meeting picture gallery and the recent Science for Breakfast Program picture gallery. Enjoy!
- The latest newsletter features abstracts from the papers at the New Jersey Academy of Sciences' Annual Meeting Check it out!