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March for Science 2017.04.22

This past Saturday, members of SPEAR gathered at the Athens Courthouse to attend the local March for Science rally. After listening to the great program of speakers that ranged from a local high school student to a chaplain, we decided to ask a few more people for their science stories and why they felt compelled to participate in the march. 266 more words

Science & Education

Science Should Inform Democracy

The immediately preceding post, “Can Science Survive in a Democracy?”, focused primarily on the funding of science.  An equally, if not more, important issue is the use of science by a democracy.  504 more words

Human Memory: Theory And Data

March for Science Maastricht photos

Some pictures of yesterday’s March for Science event in Maastricht!

An embedded post from Jean-Paul Toonen (T36, PechaKucha, TedxMaastricht):

“Science activist Bart Knols convinced the audience that there is only a scientific solution for the pandemic threat from a lot of viruses like malaria, mrsa, zika, dengue and many others.” 93 more words


A tangled bank

“We are threads in the tapestry of life on earth…”

Short post tonight. Much will be said about in the March in the coming years, and it will be said better than I could hope to do. 422 more words


Krauss's two articles on the Science March

As I’ve said repeatedly, I’ve been conflicted about participating in the March for Science, and have explained why I decided not to participate—but why I don’t discourage others from doing so. 1,185 more words

Science Education

March for Science Educator Resources

Educators and parents looking to help provide resources to enrich their discussions regarding the March for Science might want to consider the following:

Yale News: 224 more words


The science behind the food we eat

Since our launch event on 29 March 2017 we’ve been busy delivering against our aspirations for SEFARI research to have a real and positive impact on individual lives – the idea underpinning our strapline of… 325 more words