Newsweek.com on Science, Sexism, Policy and Cheerleaders (that’s right).

I set off for an isolated, lazy summer vacation with my family and ended up in Newsweek.com, The Scientist, Fox News, CBS 3, Toronto Star, Tech Philly, Metro, Chronicle of Higher Ed and more. Go figure!

Next up: creating a 21st century approach to science and technology policy formation in  Congress (read: bring the public into the discussions).

Thanks for joining us on this wild journey!

-Darlene

  • Mar

    This week in the UK it’s Britain’s Science week with a lot of discussions on twitter about it (and other websites, I’m sure). For example:

    @HelpSaveBees
    Plants v. Pests: The Evolutionary Battle (Part of British Science Week 5-10 Sept) Are Pesticides killing our Bees? http://bit.ly/Tihbo

    Additionally apparently there’s a project here (in the UK) to ‘rebuild the ship that carried Charles Darwin around the world, starting in Darwin’s bicentenary year of 2009. ‘

    http://www.thebeagleproject.com/

    Just thought you might be interested in what is happening in other parts of the world 🙂

  • Mar

    This week in the UK it’s Britain’s Science week with a lot of discussions on twitter about it (and other websites, I’m sure). For example:

    @HelpSaveBees
    Plants v. Pests: The Evolutionary Battle (Part of British Science Week 5-10 Sept) Are Pesticides killing our Bees? http://bit.ly/Tihbo

    Additionally apparently there’s a project here (in the UK) to ‘rebuild the ship that carried Charles Darwin around the world, starting in Darwin’s bicentenary year of 2009. ‘

    http://www.thebeagleproject.com/

    Just thought you might be interested in what is happening in other parts of the world 🙂

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  • Mar Dixon