Monthly Archives: September 2013

Why should we trust _______?

During last class, while watching the press conference snippets, I was startled to see the scientists and engineers involved lie with ease to the public.  Granted we have the great advantage of being on the outside looking in, but I … Continue reading

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Tattle Tale

As I was reading the stories about the “whistle blowing” for this week, it kind of reminded me of growing up, snitching.  I can remember getting into fights with my brother (who is 6 years older and much bigger) and … Continue reading

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Farmers Correcting Scientists

Last semester I took Introduction to Science and Technology Policy where we spent a little time on the idea of coproduction.  Therefore, when reading and talking about “Street Science” in this class, those ideas came storming back and I wanted … Continue reading

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