1. Agewise advertisement


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    How old is old?

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    • At Six: The Poisoner's Guide to Life - Deborah Blum


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      Professor Deborah Blum gives her talk 'The Poisoner's Guide to Life' as part of the At Six series at Te Whare Aparangi, Royal Society of New Zealand. Deborah Blum, a Pulitzer prize-winning…

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      • Brian Baird (roundtable member), 4Pir2 Communications


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        Moderator of session: What social and behavioral science is newsworthy and how is it covered

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        • Howard Kurtzman (roundtable member), American Psychological Association


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          Moderator of session: How news media have covered the replicability project in psychology and how public perceptions are being shaped by the study and news coverage of it.

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          • Brian Lin, EurekAlert!


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            Lin shows examples of how AAAS has engage with news coverage of SBS to illustrate important issues that arise in the coverage of SBS

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            • Brian Nosek, Center for Open Science and the Reproducibility Project: Psychology


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              Nosek presents an overview of the project's mission and work and offers insights about the news coverage it has received

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              • Camille Gamboa (roundtable member), Sage Publishing


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                Moderator of session: To what extent to partnerships between science journalists and scientists exist and how can they be improved

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                • Carey Goldberg: "The View from the Trenches"


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                  Part of "Translation 2.0: A Forum on Transforming Public Understanding of Science” An event sponsored by the MGH Center for Law, Brain & Behavior January 23, 2015 | American Academy…

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                  • Climate Central


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                    A new partnership in science journalism. Scientists and journalists team up, providing an innovative perspective on the issue of climate change and an innovative means of bringing that issue into…

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