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Trust comes when you admit what you don’t know – lessons...

Tamar Kushnir, Duke University; David Sobel, Brown University, and Mark Sabbagh, Queen's University, Ontario Consider the following situation: Two...

Science elicits hope in Americans – its positive brand doesn’t need...

Todd Newman, University of Wisconsin-Madison Harley-Davidson is one of the most iconic brands in the world. Harley-Davidson, however, doesn’t sell motorcycles – it sells a...

Teaching the public more science likely won’t boost support for funding,...

Matthew Motta, University of Pennsylvania After 19 months without a director, the Trump administration recently tapped meteorologist Kelvin Droegemeier to lead the the White House’s...

Buried, altered, silenced: 4 ways government climate information has changed since...

Morgan Currie, Stanford University and Britt S. Paris, University of California, Los Angeles After Donald Trump won the presidential election, hundreds of volunteers around the...

New ways scientists can help put science back into popular culture

Clifford Johnson, University of Southern California – Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences How often do you, outside the requirements of an assignment, ponder...

Curbing climate change: Why it’s so hard to act in time

Timothy H. Dixon, University of South Florida This summer I worked on the Greenland ice sheet, part of a scientific experiment to study surface melting...

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A Glass of Wine with Lead Singer of The Shelters, Josh...

"It’s pretty clear that the biggest rock bands don’t do as well as the biggest country, pop or hip hop groups. There’s definitely a struggle to maintain a good spirit about the state of rock and roll when you see people who you feel are doing less, maybe lugging less equipment or bring a laptop on stage to run tracks, and they’re the ones making all the big money."