Category Archive: why bother communicating?

Mar 06

Science communication is integral to science activism

By Megan Slaker Edited by Alexandria Camino   Science is at the core of a number of important policy decisions being made and discussed. Science communication is critical for raising concerns and making impactful (and beneficial) policy. While it is easy for us as scientists to be frustrated with what is occurring in politics, it …

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Jan 30

The Whole Universe is Diverse

By Megan Slaker; Edited by Alexandria Camino   Nine years ago, a group of friends and I watched the first episode of the TV show,┬áThe Big Bang Theory. We enjoyed the quirky humor of four socially-awkward scientists as they learned to interact with the world. Every week, we bonded over an understanding of the characters. …

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