Science writing in media and research, and its downfalls. How can we solve this? Image link

The problems with scientific communication and how it can limit our ability to find solutions to essential problems.

By Ryan M. Connor

Zoology (BSc)

Studying at Colorado State University

Although scientific communication has been effective and beneficial to society…

Hi Brian, reading about this idea and what its outcome was, was extremely interesting to me. It got me thinking as to how the idea could be developed further to make a larger difference in the scientific communication realm. Merging your idea of prioritization with an idea of 'grouping' is discussed extensively in my own blog post written in response to this one (link to my blog is copied below response).

This concept of merging is an idea rooted in the hopes of creating a more inclusive scientific realm where probelms, such as climate change, can be easier dealt with…


Ryan Martin Connor, Studying Zoology (BSc) at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado.

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