0000-0002-8715-2896 An archived “Perspective on science education” from the PLOS Computational Biology journal editors, of possible interest to readers of this blog. –PLOSBLOGS Citation: Fox JA, Ouellette BFF (2013) Education in Computational Biology Today
What can the anti-vaccination movement teach us about improving the public’s understanding of science?
orcid.org/0000-0001-5816-9771Guest post by Jeanne Garbarino, PhD The ubiquitous impact of science-based information and technologies in everyday life suggests that misunderstanding how science works can have serious consequences. Yet people’s decisions and strongly held beliefs are
PLOS Blogs has a new face, and Sci-Ed comes back with a new team. To kick things off after a long hiatus, we have guest Dr. Silvana Russo talking about the dangers of scientific misconceptions
Chris Smith was one of the first people I met in Raleigh. He showed up at the hotel in a big van, carrying a clipboard with a list of 20 names. Chris and I had
Today, Sci-Ed is happy to welcome Amanda Tracey to the blog to discuss how to promote the natural world to children. For more about Amanda, see the end of this post. I know for a