Why I marched for science

By | April 24, 2017


Marching for science last weekend was not just an act of participation, it was a commitment by scientists to do better, to communicate our interests and to help educate the community so we can work together towards creating the future. But while it was important to march, our effort should not end there. As scientists, we must continue to share our passion for the future, work within our communities and stand up for scientific discovery and evidence based policies every day. I was at the March….

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