Who would have ever predicted the never-ending utility of a picture of me reading Science magazine while wearing a Santa costume? Probably Santa.
Here are three strategies from the scientific community that can help your organization frame its work and help people understand why it matters.
I attended the Arizona Cardinals vs. Philadelphia Eagles game and survived.
Amy Mayer at Schools.com wrote a great story about citizen science, featuring a few insights from Dr. Lisa Gardiner and me (both part of the Science for Citizens team). Read it and report back. That’s not an order…or is it?
The 2011-2012 Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders, six of whom are pursuing science and engineering careers, have offered to answer the most popular questions submitted through Tuesday August 23rd. Questions with the most votes from the public will be answered by the cheerleaders during a videotaped interview at their Tempe, AZ, training facility.
Ah, the good ole days — when health professionals could mix together mysterious chemicals and distribute them to terrified and apparently freezing cold children without consequence.
Last weekend, I learned that Paws, the Detroit Tigers mascot, is remarkably terrible at riding a fake bull.
The White House Champions of Change event celebrated thought leaders and entrepreneurs who are helping to solve our nation’s biggest challenges.
Thank You Rosekind consists of artists and musicians Michael G. Bauer and Joel Chartkoff. They aim to express various forms of gratitude through song, dance and the visual spectrum.
This Last Call with Carson Daly segment features Anthony Ameen, a retired Navy Corpsman and founder of Wings for Warriors, a non-profit organization that provides support to combat wounded servicemembers returning home from Iraq and Afghanistan.