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An Interview with James Randi (Part Four)

Interviewer: Scott Douglas Jacobsen

Numbering: Issue 13.A, Idea: Outliers & Outsiders (Part Nine)

Place of Publication: Langley, British Columbia, Canada

Title: In-Sight: Independent Interview-Based Journal… 2,100 more words

Chronology

Saving Science Education: What Can Parents Do?

It was a cool January night and my two boys were ready for bed when I said I had a surprise for them. They were going to see Jupiter that night, and they seemed genuinely excited. 1,107 more words

Science Communication

Coastal Subsidence: Harbinger of Future Flooding?

by Timothy H. Dixon and Makan A. Karegar, School of Geosciences, University of South Florida, Tampa

The U.S. recently marked the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina and the devastation visited on New Orleans. 2,106 more words

Public Policy

Rebranding a Research Institute: 6 Steps to Success

Whether you’re a research institute seeking new grants or a university trying to recruit students, the messages you send to your stakeholders can make you – or break you. 686 more words

Science Communication

Science Fiesta Call for Abstracts

Do you like engaging with the public about your science? Do you think more people should be aware about the value of your work? Is there an important health or science issue that you want to emphasize to a diverse public audience?

Then submit your abstract today!

Informational Flyer

Climate Change Communication: Taking the Temperature (Part 3) - Dr. John Nielsen-Gammon

Introduction:

This 12-part series includes interviews with prominent climate scientists from a variety of universities and government agencies. This series provides a closer look at how these well-known scientists are communicating, the risks they are taking by publicly engaging in the climate discussion, and how their outreach activities have affected them personally and professionally. 1,432 more words

Science Communication