Science for Progress

because science is fundamental in the 21st century

We closed with 2020 after three years of science advocacy. The podcast is still available to listen! Enjoy!

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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@stinabiologista @Dokwiss De-romanticizing ship expeditions: never enough members in the team to do all the work, 24/7 work, never ending night shifts, sea sickness, toxic and abusive work conditions, no chance to go home in case of an emergency, pain (back, neck, hands), lack of saftey because somebody

Whistleblowers in science need to be protected.

World expert in scientific misconduct faces legal action for challenging integrity of hydroxychloroquine study https://t.co/VnhjmTPLLc

At @JohnsHopkins, we crated the additional following programs:
(1) COVID-19 Bridge Grants
(2) COVID-19 Research Accelerator Grants
(3) Editorial Assistance Services Initiative (EASI)
(4) Protected Time

More details: https://t.co/xbi4an4Qhi https://t.co/ILCLI8DOrU

Hello! I am a full professor at the Univ. of Maryland and chair of our college's committee on Appointments, Promotion, and Tenure. Let me give you a primer on how one receives tenure. There are some *very* bad takes out there right now 1/

"researchers face the difficulty of striking a balance between being able to enjoy conveniently bundled services and maintaining control over their data. "
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