Science & Technology Week 2023
CCST Science Day Symposium at the California Natural Resources Agency
Kick off CCST’s 2023 S&T Week with CCST's Science Day symposium at the California Natural Resources Agency in Sacramento, where we'll be connecting California's scientists and policy experts to drive science-informed solutions.
Attend the full event in-person or register to view the two panels via Zoom.
Learn more and view the Science Day schedule.
CCST 35th Anniversary Reception and Leadership Awards Ceremony
Join us as we celebrate 35 years of making California's policies stronger with science and technology and recognize the recipients of our 2023 CCST Leadership Awards for Science in Public Service.
Innovations in Desalination
What is the potential role for desalination in California’s water portfolio? Join us for a CCST Expert Briefing as we discuss innovations in desalination research and opportunities to resolve challenges related to energy intensity and brine disposal.
Making California's Policies Stronger
with Science & Technology
for 35 Years
Join us at CCST's Science & Technology Week 35th Anniversary Reception and Leadership Awards Ceremony to help us celebrate.
Connecting California's Scientists and Policy Experts to Drive Science-Informed Solutions
On February 13th, CCST's Science Day symposium at the California Natural Resources Agency in Sacramento will kick off CCST’s 2023 S&T Week, celebrating 35 years of bringing scientific and technical expertise to inform the State of California on key issues with science and technology relevance.
View the Science Day schedule.
About S&T Week
We invite you to join us this February for CCST Science & Technology Week — and help us celebrate the role of science in guiding the future of California's economy, society, and environment!
As a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization established via the California State Legislature — CCST has been making California’s policies stronger with science and technology since 1988. We engage leading experts in science and technology to advise State policymakers — ensuring that California policy is strengthened and informed by scientific knowledge, research, and innovation.