I just wanted to share this article by Hannah Baker entitled The public don’t want to be involved in science policy.
In her article Hannah Baker questions the link between scientific literacy and the public’s will to engage in controversies on science.
If people feel that they Read more »
I am so happy I have met Nina Bjerglund! I wanted to make a short interview with her to know more about her research project on “Social Media and Public Health Research”, but it turned into a very long – but delightful and inspiring! – meeting where we discussed Read more »
I wrote a post a while ago about Science & Cocktails and mentioned how I liked the staging of the whole event. The place (an old military building transformed into a movie theater), the old soft seats, the Read more »
Festiblog is a webcomics festival which started in France in 2005 .
This year, in connection with the festival, the association Stimuli has organised a series of workshops Read more »
Science and Cocktails is one of the most relaxed, suprising and interesting scientific events I have been to!
I had heard about it through a friend and really wanted to see it by myself. I browsed the web for some time until I finally found the facebook group of “Read more »