Tag Archives: Outreach

Sharing your passion for science with the world through reddit: Interview with Unidan

Reposted from MSU graduate student Randal Olson’s blog. For the third and final interview in this series of posts about science outreach on reddit, I’m interviewing a “reddit celebrity” who became famous for sharing his passion for science with the rest of the … Continue reading

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Answering people’s pressing science questions on reddit: Interview with Tobias Landberg

Reposted from MSU graduate student Randal Olson’s blog. This post is the second in a series of posts where I am interviewing scientists who do science outreach to the public on reddit. My goal here is to discuss these scientist’s experiences to give … Continue reading

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BEACON Researchers at Work: Making evolution personal

I used to have a little sticker in my office that said I ❤ evolution. “You can’t love evolution,” my co-worker once told me, “it’s just a thing that happens. That would be like loving time or something.” Fair enough. … Continue reading

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Discussing evolution on reddit: Interview with Bjørn Østman

Cross-posted from Randal Olson’s blog.  As a followup to my previous blog post about using reddit AMAs as a form of science outreach, I thought it’d be helpful to interview a few scientists who are already doing science outreach on … Continue reading

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BEACON Researchers at Work: Effective Science Outreach

This week’s BEACON Researchers at Work post is by University of Texas at Austin graduate student Eben Gering. What if, after years of work in the field or laboratory, every scientist had a chance to invite the public to dinner, … Continue reading

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