Why I marched for science – a transatlantic perspective

The March for Science turned a spotlight on the importance of research. But it won’t have a lasting effect unless we improve science communication, says Judith Reichel.

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Standing up for science – now more than ever

Science has never been an easy job, but in the tradition of great scientists, we should keep fighting for it. The current climate of uncertainty, oppression, and fear-mongering that extends far beyond the realm of science requires a response built upon courage and bravery. Neuroscientists do not yet know which specific pathways promote courage and... Continue Reading →

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