To identify and locate scientific experts among its database of earth and space scientists, AGU is turning to data for help.
A new study from Pew found the percent of Americans getting news through social media is continuing to increase—a trend that could prove insightful for associations.
After New York City’s mayor and city council dropped legislation that would have put a cap on the number of Uber cars allowed in the city, a number of associations responded with mixed reviews.
Take a look at how a handful of associations are trying to better tell their stories. Sometimes it involves a name change, sometimes a refreshed look and feel, and sometimes it may involve adding a new feature or resource.
A city’s aesthetic appeal and attendee experience are far less important than achieving an organization’s mission when choosing a meeting location, according to attendees at a recent International Congress and Convention Association workshop.
The International Bottled Water Association applauded recent action in Congress that could end a ban on the sale of bottled water in America’s national parks. Without the bottled water option, IBWA said, park visitors are more likely to turn to less healthy drinks.
A host of associations are speaking out about the two recent Office of Personnel Management data breaches affecting millions of federal employees and how the government should be working to protect those impacted.
As part of a new deal that’s being applauded by the National Association of Theater Owners, movie buffs may not have to wait as long before films leave the multiplex and are available to watch at home.
With the proliferation of mobile devices in the workplace, security concerns have also arisen. Here’s a look at a new trouble spot as well as some tips on mitigating potential risks.
The Society for Women’s Health Research and the Endocrine Society are briefing Congress this week on the importance of including more women and minorities in biomedical research.