Science for Progress

because science is fundamental in the 21st century

Podcast for Progress!

In the podcast we talk about topics related to science, humanities, society, and of course progress!

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@SfPRocur - Science for Progress rotating curators on twitter.

Our mission is to give the people a voice who are working on making the world better using evidence. With the twitter rocur account @SfPRocur we simply hand over the mic:

  • January 29 - February 03: Linda Amarante and Samantha White for @OpenBehavior
  • February 05 - 10: Maxie Gottschling and Helene Brinken for @FIT4RRIEU
  • February 12 - 17: Jenny Molloy - @jenny_molloy
  • February 19 - 24: Chinmaya Sadangi - @AddictiveBrain
  • February 26 - March 3: Simona Falanga - @CrazyBoneLady
  • March 5 - 10: Olivia Guest - @O_Guest
  • March 12-17: - open -
  • March 19-24: - open -

Interested in curating SfPRocur?

Email us who you are and what you want to tweet about to socialadmin@scienceforprogress.eu! We will check if it's a good fit!

Curator Archive


Twitter feed:

Describe an occasion when you opened a crate and its contents was better than a pile of platypuses.
#NeverHappened #taxidermy #platypus

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@SciForProgress @atomicarman And for women there's this idea that rejecting modern medical knowledge is empowering somehow.
That power doesn't lie in having accurate knowledge about our bodies and access to proper case, but instead in some mystical link to a fictional past.
It's infuriating.

People are better at math if the problem is stated in a way they can relate to.

I added a video to a @YouTube playlist https://t.co/HkzDFdSTne 18 B&D Animal Use and Statistics of Equivalence

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