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The March for Science has reignited an old debate about the nature of objectivity and scientific authority.
In this live video Q&A, plant biologist George Weiblen discusses what he's learned since 2001, when he became the first scientist with approval to grow marijuana and hemp in the lab.
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Historian Charlotte Sleigh’s book The Paper Zoo taps into the British Museum’s rich collection to explore and contextualize five centuries of zoological illustration.
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#CougarOrNot, #NotACopperhead, #DamOrNot, and #ButtOfWhat open up conversations about the joys and challenges of walking in an ecologist’s shoes (or… hiking boots).
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Scans of implant patients deaf in only one ear, before and after the procedure, have uncovered how quickly the cortex can rewire itself.
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If you’re considering how to write for, speak to, or have conversations with those who may be resistant to the idea that climate change is happening and is caused by human activities, here is an overview of communication ideas that the climate change literature has explored so far.
As more trained scientists leave traditional career paths, the distinction between scientist and nonscientist blurs.
[VIDEO] Dr. Kristna Foster describes the history of particle study in air quality, the chemistry that goes on in the atmosphere, and the effects it has on health.
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