Winter 2004 Forward to a Friend


Subaru News


2004 Legacy Models
Certified for Lower Emissions


Mark Lovell and
Roger Freeman Children's Fund


Rallying to Improve the Breed

Your Subaru Technical Information System
(STIS) Web Site


Kingsway Learning
Center Note Cards

Annual Meeting of the
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)


Subaru Challenge Event




The AAAS, which is the world's largest nonprofit, general scientific membership organization, and Subaru of America, Inc. share a vision of advancing science and serving society. AAAS provides an opportunity to do so at its Annual Meeting, where attendees can learn firsthand about the latest innovations in more than 150 topics that impact the lives of people around the world. Topics range from freshwater conservation to language development to food safety and even to the science of love and marriage.

Since 1997, Subaru has been a major supporter of the annual AAAS meeting, recognized as the world's finest showcase for scientific discovery. On February 12-16, 2004, more than 6,000 international participants are expected to convene in Seattle, Washington, to discuss advances with scientists and engineers who are on the cutting edge of new research. In keeping with 156 years of tradition, the AAAS Annual Meeting is open to professional scientists, engineers, students, writers, teachers, parents, artists and the just plain curious.

Sponsorship from Subaru helps ensure open access to the meeting. For 2004, Subaru will:
  • make attendance possible for 10 teachers from the Seattle area
  • host the grand opening reception
  • encourage young scientists by sponsoring the poster session, awards competition and awards ceremony of the American Junior Academy of Science
Subaru also is helping to underwrite the public science events, family science activities and a unique forum for discussing science education. In this way, Subaru takes a lead role in improving scientific literacy and increasing public engagement with science and technology.

For additional information about these and other efforts by AAAS and Subaru, visit www.aaas.org.