An Illustrated History of Science Denial

May 25, 2018 Samantha Green

As the body of scientific knowledge grows with each new discovery, there are still new theories that are not always accepted by the public, policy-makers, or even within the scientific community.

Science denialism lingers today, and in order to address denial, we must first better understand it. We have produced the latest in our series of Illustrated History of Science graphics in partnership with The New York Academy of Science to support their upcoming event: Science Denialism, Public Policy, and Global Health. To learn more, click here.

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About the Author

Samantha Green

Society Marketing, Wiley // Samantha Green joined Wiley in 2012, working in the Social Science and Humanities Community Marketing team at Wiley. She now works in the Society Strategy & Marketing creating content on publishing trends and the research community.

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