- Not Exactly Rocket Science
I’ve got your missing links right here (3 August 2013)
In the struggle to save the orange, some farmers are turning to genetic modification. Amy Harmon brings us a thoroughly reported, nuanced and insightful piece into the issues around GM—a refreshing sight in a cloudy area.
The 60 foot long jet powered animal you’ve probably never heard of. Amazing video, and I love Megan Garber’s analysis.
Tamsin Edwards argued that climate scientists shouldn’t be advocates for particular policies, and kickstarted a huge debate. I liked Doug McNeall’s contribution, which includes lots of links.
“What seems to be missing is an applied science of science communication.” Spot on, by John Timmer. Note: applied. Biomedical sciences have basic, translational and clinical research. Sci-comm only has 1 and 3.