AMS-sponsored exhibitions and briefings link the mathematics community with congressional representatives. These opportunities bring science directly to Capitol Hill decision-makers and offer stories of how federal investment in basic research in math and science pays off for American taxpayers and helps the nation remain a world leader in innovation.

- Threats & Vulnerabilities of Interconnected Systems
- From the Color of Birds to Nanomaterials and New Technology
- Computational Origami on Stage at Capitol Hill Briefing
- Cryptography: How to Enable Privacy in a Data-Driven World
- Blackboard to bedside: How high-dimensional geometry is transforming the MRI industry
- How Mathematical Models Predict Emerging Epidemics

- From right triangles to modern cryptography
- The Future of Mathematics: Education & Innovation
- How Math Fuels the Knowledge Economy
- Chaos and Avalanches in Science and Socio-Political Systems
- Mathematics: Leading the Way for New Options in the Treatment of Coronary Artery Disease
- The Gulf Oil Spill: How Can We Protect our Beaches in the Future?

- Power Domination: How Zero Forcing is used to monitor an electric power system
- Beyond Coursework: Extending a Successful Model for Building Diversity in STEM to University Campuses
- Berry Smart: Mathematics for Food and Water Security
- On the Movement of Cells, Birds, Fish and Other Agents: Mathematical Modeling in Biology and Ecology
- Mathematical Algorithms for Space Weather, Tsunamis, and Plasma Physics
- Topological Sensor Networks