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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Tweets for Progress!

@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:

  • February 19 - 24: Chinmaya Sadangi - @AddictiveBrain
  • February 26 - March 3: Simona Falanga - @CrazyBoneLady
  • March 5 - 10: Olivia Guest - @O_Guest
  • March 12 - 17: Isabel Torres - @prettysmartsci
  • March 19 - 24: - open -
  • March 26 - 31: Tabitha Moses - @back2brains
  • April 2 - 7: - open -
  • April 9 - 14: - open -

Interested in curating SfPRocur?

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

Curator Archive

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The people on social media are not an inanimate object, though. Just FYI.

I then came to @CAN_ACN meeting in 2017, to present some of my data and met another cohort of PI’s. Thanks to Philipps University, Marburg for the travel grant which made it possible for me to come here again without burning a hole in my pocket.

Bats are not rodents. They are their own group called Chiroptera. They are more closely related to cats than rats

Scientists are working towards scientific consensus by furiously trying to never reach it. If several fields and the independent investigations of thousands of competing scientists converge on one unified finding, you can be sure: it's not a conspiracy. #ClimateChange

@mcMariaSea @SciForProgress Só vi isto agora (talvez pq só criei a conta há dias :p) mas tenho a dizer que partilho a tua opinião a 100% enquanto portuguesa, mulher, e PhD student em Viena. Well done! :)

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