Nebraska Academy of Sciences
Nebraska Association of Teachers of Science
Nebraska Junior Academy of Sciences

Welcome to the Nebraska Academy of Sciences 

The Nebraska Academy of Sciences (NAS) is a professional society dedicated to providing services to its members and to all Nebraskans. The Academy is affiliated with the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the National Association of Academies of Science. Located on the campus of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) in historic Morrill Hall, the Academy was established in 1880, and uses  a set of seven objectives to guide its activities.

Check our About Us link for board member information, objectives and history.

2015 NAS Annual Meeting          
April 17, 2015
Nebraska Wesleyan University

NAS Section Chairs for Spring Meeting                                                             

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2014 Maiben Lecturer - Terry Rasmussen, Chief Metallurgist at Nucor Steel, Nebraska

Terry Rasmussen, the Chief Metallurgist at Nucor Steel will be the 2014 Maiben Lecturer.  The lecture will start at 11:00 a.m. and be held in Olin Lecture Hall B.

Terry will talk about careers and education in engineering and metallury, alloys, and how these types of careers and opportunities are available in Nebras

Over the past 22 years, Terry has worked in a variety of process and quality engineering, production, sales and customer service roles within the steel industry.

2014 NJAS State Science Competition
April 11, 2014
Nebraska Wesleyan University

Go to the NJAS page to find out more about the Nebraska Junior Academy of Sciences.  Information about regional science fairs is located there as well as a registration form for the regional winners who will be competing at the state level.

Newsletters are available for download from the Members page.
  Just login with your email and password.  If you are a member but have not accessed the member page previously just go to the login box on the left, choose change password and follow the instructions.  Paid member emails should already be in the system.

The Transactions of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences is now available on line.  Authors are also able to submit articles for publication on line.  Please download the "Call for Papers" for more information on article submission.  Previous issues can be accessed through the University of Nebraska Digital Commons.
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