Science for Progress

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Science Progressive Community - sharing visibility

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The community of people active in science progressive topics mostly consists of a large number of individuals and small teams who struggle for visibility. As science advocates, Science for Progress wants to help giving these activities a larger audience.

This is why we offer this platform to people of the community! You will find event announcements, introductions, and opinion pieces on diverse science progressivist topics!

Science for Societal Progress - podcast

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

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Do you have questions, comments or suggestion? Email info@scienceforprogress.eu, write us on facebook or twitter, or leave us a video message on Skype for dennis.eckmeier.

@sfprocur - rotating curation 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:

  • July 30 - August 4: Dennis Eckmeier - @DennisEckmeier
  • August: - SUMMER BREAK -
  • September 03-08: Dustin Eirdosh - @GlobalESD
  • September 10-15: - open -
  • September 17-22: Gretchen Diaz - @GreetDiaz
  • September 24-29: - open -
@SfPRocur - Science for Progress rotating curators on twitter.

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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!


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In the first of two meetings, an international commission discussed the criteria required before such experiments should be conducted—if ever
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Don’t ‘Sleep Faster’ – with Lars Dittrich on the Science for Societal Progress podcast!
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Genetically Modified Crops and the European Union – with Hélène Pidon on the Science for Societal Progress podcast!
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B&D: Peer Review & #ScienceTwitter - on the Science for Societal Progress Podcast!
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Scientists can improve how they inform politicians and other policymakers on how to make decisions, say Hannah Safford and Austin Brown.
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I always found starting to create a communication piece daunting. But that became much easier once I realized that, regardless of the format, there are always the same 4 core elements.
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