It is indisputable that science is shaping our life; from the greatest discoveries in health care improving our quality of life to technological innovations modifying the way we interact with our environment, the world as we know it is constantly changing. All these advances are giving rise to new kind of concerns from the public worried about their safety, privacy and ability to manage an ever-increasing overload of information. In the face of this innovation boom, smart science policies that understand, guide and regulate the evolution of science innovation are more than ever a real challenge.
A friend of mine was recently trying to publish a paper and was having a heck of a hard time. Not because the paper was scientifically flawed or lacked sound evidence, but because her PI’s revolutionary scientific beliefs did not align with the status quo of that field.
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Interested in a career in scientific communications? While budget cuts are making it harder for academia to absorb the ever-growing number of students enrolled in their programs, many graduate students are left unsure as to...Read More »
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