Science for Progress

because science is fundamental in the 21st century

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, 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!

@SfPRocur - Science for Progress rotating curators on twitter.

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!


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Patrons now have access to the extended version of the upcoming podcast episode "NOT IN MY BACKYARD" - Bart and Dennis discuss resistance against necessary infrastructure measures to transition into a carbon-neutral economy in Germany. We then talk about how science in the UK has been suffering from Brexit... even though it hasn't happened, yet.
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Science for Progress
Donut crumbs also once tested positive for meth.
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"Others worry that even if policy-makers want to act, they will find it difficult to do so if scientists fail to send an unambiguous message. Therefore, scientists actively seek to find their common ground, and to focus on those areas of agreement. In some cases, where there are irreconciliable differences of opinion, scientists may say nothing, giving the erroneous impression that nothing is known."
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On September 27th, just days before I moved from Portugal to Germany, I made it to the Global Climate Strike in Lisbon. While I was there I collected footage of the march, and shared some impressions of it.
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in this second episode on how to achieve a carbon neutral economy, I talk with Tom Brown about how to achieve a stable energy distribution.
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The Journal Impact Factor: how (not) to evaluate researchers
Open Extended Edition on Patreon!


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Thought nerds were boring and scientists could not be funny, we'll show you otherwise!
Come #GeekOut with us!

Eating, Hatching, and Crashing into the Moon: More About Tardigrades

There you have it:
-Screens aren't inherently bad, quality over quantity
-Content is a lot more educational nowadays, use it
-Do it WITH your child, be attentive and responsive

Kids are hella robust, TV isn't gonna ruin them, parents have more impact on their child's success

The exclusive extended edition of the upcoming podcast episode is life on Patreon! We talk about the lack of acceptance for new infrastructure needed for the carbon-neutral economy in #Germany, and how #brexit is hurting #science in the #UK.
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Opinion | I’m a Climate Scientist Who Believes in God. Hear Me Out.
by @KHayhoe