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Sense about Science
I don’t think many people would argue with the fact that there is a great disconnect between scientists and the general public. Scientists get frustrated with how little the general public knows about science, and the general public is oftentimes distrusting of scientists. This disconnect in communication is exacerbated by misinformation in the media. Thus, enter Sense About Science, an independent charitable trust that valiantly crusades against the misrepresentation of science and scientific evidence in relation to important issues in society. Topics discussed on the site range from alternative medicine, to food additives, to science for celebrities. One of the best features of the site, though, is the information related to the Voice of Young Science (VoYS) program. This program exists to get research scientists who are early in their careers involved in public debates about science. Good for them for encouraging the next generation of scientists to care about science both inside and outside of the laboratory.