Vote for science?

Vote for science?

Outside of Indianapolis along Interstate 70, a giant billboard reads “Thank God. Vote for Science.” The sign is one of four nationwide, with the other three positioned on Interstate 95, according to Class Action, a collective that created the signs posted through the...
Documentary lets scientists have their say

Documentary lets scientists have their say

The documentary series Let Science Speak, which premiered in September at the Tribeca TV Festival, features Katharine Hayhoe, a climate scientist who will be speaking at the Goshen College Religion and Science Conference next March. The six-part series tells the...
Scientist and lecturer on faith/science gap dies at 90

Scientist and lecturer on faith/science gap dies at 90

Richard H. Bube, an expert in photovoltaic materials that paved the way for solar cells, died at age 90 on June 9. Bube was also known as an author and lecturer who tried to bridge the gap between science and religion. He was known for his work in writing and campus...
Yale offers fall semester environmental ethics courses

Yale offers fall semester environmental ethics courses

Environmental justice, medicine and race and ecological ethics are all on the syllabi this semester at Yale University. There are a number of courses on the environmental ethics and environmental justice track, according to a university press release. “Environmental...
AAAS offers booklet on public engagement with science

AAAS offers booklet on public engagement with science

In an age of alternative facts, one group has designed a guidebook for how scientists can engage the public when it comes to science and technology. The Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and its affiliate organizations including the Dialogue on...
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