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How to Become a Science Advocate

Have you ever thought about getting out from behind your microscope or lab bench and engaging with the public about science?  During these difficult times of dwindling research funds, non-evidence-based policy decisions, and science skepticism, there is an urgent need for science advocates.

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Why I March – Flint Water Crisis

By Joey Lawson, Ph.D. Featured photo courtesy of Wanaruk Photography I grew up in Flint, MI. The Flint water crisis is a frightening example of how politicians’ disregard for science can, and will, risk the health and safety of Americans. Warnings about the risk were chalked up to scientists unnecessarily driving up budgets. Their warning […]

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