Bias in Pulse Oximetry Forum

November 2, 2022 9:30 – 11am ET Watch Recording   Download Slides   Pulse oximeters are widely used, including to diagnose severity of COVID-19. Because of the bias in these critical tools, darker-skinned Americans… Read More

FAS Wildland Fire Virtual Forum

March 8, 2022
1:00 pm - 1:00 pm
August 3, 2022 1 – 2:30pm ET By invitation only Join Now   The Federation of American Scientists (FAS) is convening key stakeholders at the outset of what will be a critically important year for federal wildland fire… Read More

Science & Security Summit 2017

FAS Science & Security Summit 2017   Charles D. Ferguson President, Federation of American Scientists Opening Remarks Rodney K. Wilson Director, Nonproliferation and Cooperative Threat Reduction Center at Sandia National Laboratories… Read More

FAS 70th Anniversary Symposium and Awards Gala

September 28, 2016 –Top of the Hill Banquet and Conference Center Reserve Officers Association Building, 1 Constitution Ave NE Washington, DC 20002 FAS would like to thank all supporters, sponsors, and attendees for making our 70th-anniversary event a success! Below you will find:… Read More

30 Years After the Accident: The Meaning of Chernobyl Today?

April 26, 2016 Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Leading experts came together to discuss Chernobyl on the eve of its 30th anniversary, the lessons learned, and possible implications that this fateful event has for the nuclear industry today. This special event was convened… Read More

Luncheon Briefing on Advanced Nuclear Reactors

Luncheon Briefing: Making the Next Step Forward with Advanced Nuclear Reactors: Assessing Progress and Overcoming Roadblocks on Safety, Technology and Policy   Thursday, July 24, 2014 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Rayburn House Office Building, Room B-318 Washington, DC   The Federation of American Scientists (FAS) and the American Nuclear… Read More

Short Course on CBRN Weapons, Science and Policy (CBRN)

FAS and George Mason University will host a short course from July 7-9, 2014 as part of GMU’s 2014 summer program in International Security. This three day, non-credit short course is designed to introduce participants to the science, security, and policy dimensions of the threats of chemical, biological, radiological… Read More