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May 2022, Issue 2
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Shawna Williams | Apr 12, 2018
Rush Holt, CEO of AAAS, discusses what’s changed as a result of the March for Science—and what hasn’t.
Notable Science Quotes
Staff | Jun 1, 2017
March for Science, Trumping the EPA, the French election, and more
Will Marches Help Science? People Are Divided, Survey Finds
Ashley P. Taylor | May 12, 2017
National opinions about the effectiveness of last month’s science and climate marches are mixed and follow political lines, a Pew survey reports.
Opinion: When Science Meets Activism
Jonathan M. Berman | May 3, 2017
Scientists new to advocacy must find balance between embracing diverse perspectives and guarding against anti-scientific beliefs.
Image of the Day: Science March Scenes
Staff | Apr 23, 2017
On April 22, thousands of people took to the streets to take part in Marches for Science around the world.
Sociologists to Study the March for Science
Diana Kwon | Apr 16, 2017
Researchers hope to use the upcoming event as an opportunity to examine the social science of political activism among science supporters.
The Science of Science Advocacy
Joshua A. Krisch | Mar 15, 2017
Should researchers advocate for the inclusion of science in public policymaking?
Q&A: Marching for Science in Los Angeles
Joshua A. Krisch | Mar 3, 2017
A conversation with graduate student Alex Bradley
March for Science Gains Support from Scientific Societies
Diana Kwon | Feb 26, 2017
AAAS and more than 25 scientific societies throw their support behind the event.
Marching for Science, from Berlin to Sydney
Diana Kwon | Feb 19, 2017
Satellite marches across the globe aim to stand in solidarity with US scientists and highlight issues in their home countries.
Science Policy in 2017
Staff | Feb 12, 2017
’s coverage of key science agencies, the early days of the Trump administration, and the March for Science
Will a March Help Science?
Diana Kwon | Feb 1, 2017
As scientists and science advocates plan demonstrations in Washington, DC, and around the world, some question the ability of such activism to enact change.