Keeping Research Relevant: "There's No Distinction Between Opinion, Wishful Thinking, and Evidence"

March 21, 2018 Anna Ehler

Historically, scientists have focused on clarity to communicate research. According to American Association for the Advancement of Science CEO, Dr. Rush Holt, we need to rethink that strategy for more people to feel that science can be for them, too.

In this episode of the Wiley Society Podcast, listen in to highlights from the keynote address Dr. Holt delivered at the 2017 Wiley Society Executive Seminar in Washington, DC.

References:

To Know the World: Transforming Science Literacy and Communication to Improve Research Impact

Listen to the previous podcast episode: Don’t underestimate the power of representation

You can listen to this episode and others – including our conversation with Jesse Wiley about the future of societies – by going to iTunes and subscribing to the Wiley Society Podcast.

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