The Importance of Science Communication in Facilitating Change

We are living in the age of speed. Inherent value is placed on news articles that you can read in less than five minutes, titles desperately aimed to shock you enough to click them, and social media platforms with character limits. Science needs to catch up too. No longer can we sit within the safety of our peers, publishing our findings in journals and hoping to reach the masses. We must take the distribution of science into our own hands. Especially now, considering the growing spread of misinformation and the silencing of science by our highest branches of government, facilitating public distrust…. Read More on The Hopkins Environmental