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2020 Science
2020 Science focuses on the relationships between science, technology and society, with a heavy bias toward emerging technologies such as nanotechnology, synthetic biology and geoengineering. As a personal and independent blog, it covers stuff that grabs my interest or gets my goat - especially in my professional areas of risk science, science policy and communication/engagement. As a result, I spend quite a lot of time exploring how to make sense of science and technology in a complex and not entirely rational society.
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Balkan Science Beat
News about science in South-East Europe
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Body Politic
No summary available for this site.
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CCHSR
The Cambridge Centre for Health Services Research (CCHSR) is a collaboration between the University of Cambridge Health Services Research Group at the Institute of Public Health and the Health and Healthcare Group at RAND Europe. We aim to inform policy through evidence-based research on health services in the UK and internationally.
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Compliance and Safety Blog
A blog focusing on workplace safety with a heavy focus on data & statistics.
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Computing: The Science of Nearly Everything
Computer Science...Research, Education and Policy
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Cultural Cognition Blog
Cultural Cognition Blog
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Deltoid
No summary available for this site.
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Eyes on Environment
From biodiversity to biodegradables, this blog explores the data and discoveries about our environment - covering climate change, pollution, policy, green technologies, and more.
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Guilty Planet
No summary available for this site.
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InsideEd
A daily forum by staff at Nature Education to share insights and news about emerging technologies, teaching innovations, and policy changes that are shaping higher education.
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is nerd
No summary available for this site.
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It's Okay To Be Smart
It’s okay to be smart! Science is cool, dammit. This is a blog about communicating science to a broad, new audience, using whatever stories tickle my fancy.
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Jesse Battles Ridiculousness
No summary available for this site.
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Metacognitive Oasis
Caught in the science-art perpetuum mobile
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Mike the Mad Biologist
No summary available for this site.
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Nature is not a Book
Nature is not a book but science is a literature.
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NEWScience Policy » Week in Review
NEWScience Policy provides a weekly summary of activities and events in Washington, DC impacting scientific research, technology development, and innovation policy, as well as what people are saying about them. While not meant to be exhaustive, its aim is to highlight issues that impact the funding for and execution of basic research across disciplines, and the translation of discoveries into the marketplace.
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Not the Lab (NTL)
critical insight into good science, bad science, and how chemistry can make the world pretty awesome
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Planet 3.0
Honest, wide-ranging, scientifically informed conversation about sustainable technologies and cultures, toward a thriving future world.
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Science Box
This blog shares the science done in the labs. In this way everybody will know how the money invested in research is spent. This is something that researchers owe to the society and is not getting enough attention. On the other hand this blog will share the situation of research and science in general in Spain and Europe. The steps forward and the steps backward. The ones leading us to a knowledge based society and the ones moving us away from it.
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Science Cheerleader
Science Cheerleader is the place for the general public to learn about, do, and shape scientific research and science policy. Plus, we've got plenty of NBA and NFL cheerleaders-turned-scientists and engineers to cheer on participants and inspire young women towards STEM careers. GOOOO Science! As seen on CNN, NPR, ESPN, Newsweek, the Washington Post, Discover, Fox National News, Science, The Scientist and waaaay more.
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Science Fair
Communicating science from kindergartners to politicians
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ScienceInsider
No summary available for this site.
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Seven Deadly Synapses
Seven Deadly Synapses is a blog at the intersection of science, politics and morality.
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SMART: Skilled Migration and Research Thoughts
A blog about highly skilled migration, international education and science communication
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Space Politics
Discussion of space policy issues, including NASA funding and related legislation.
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SpotOn
Science policy, outreach and tools online
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The Geek Manifesto
Why Science Matters: the connections, and disconnections, between science and politics
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The Inverse Square Blog
Inverse Square attempts to locate science in the public square, and to apply empirical tests and scientific habits of thoughts to news, culture and history
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