|4th to 7th March||Intensive Course in Journal Publishing – Asia 2018|
|24th April||STM Society Day 2018|
|24th to 26th April||STM Society Day & Annual US Conference day 1 and day 2 2018|
|25th April||STM Annual US Conference Day 1 2018|
|26th April||STM Annual US Conference Day 2 2018|
|9th October||STM Frankfurt Conference 2018|
October 26, 2011
October 18, 2011. Nature News. When US presidential science adviser John Holdren hosted a dinner and meetings between US and Chinese science officials in May, he must have known it would lead to a high-level stand-off. That came to pass on 11 October, when the Government Accountability Office (GAO), an arm of Congress, concluded in a report that those activities violated legislation banning scientific cooperation with China by NASA and by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), which Holdren directs.