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.
• To further the work of scientists and to facilitate cooperation among them.
• To improve the effectiveness of science in the promotion of human welfare and environmental quality.
• To provide the opportunity for scientific research related to the problems of the ever-changing environment of the Great Plains.
• To increase public understanding and appreciation of the importance and promise of science in human progress.
• To stimulate science education, and to encourage young people to become involved in science.
• To foster the interaction of business, industry, government, education, and the academic scientific community.
• To disseminate scientific knowledge, and to recognize high achievements in attaining the Academy's objectives

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