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The Covid Vaccine and Learning to Love the Technological Fix
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Our best hope for moving beyond the pandemic is vaccination,
Masks, Political Symbols, and Public Trust
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by Jessica Weinkle, Department of Public and International Affairs, University of
North Carolina’s Pandemic Playbook
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by Jessica Weinkle, Department of Public and International Affairs, University of
Memo for President Biden: Five steps to getting more from science
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Going back to normal is not enough. A revamp is
Dimmed Down
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by Jessica Weinkle, Department of Public and International Affairs, University of
Bridging the cultures of science, policy and politics: learning from the pandemic
By Roger Pielke | |
Scientists outside the formal advisory mechanisms also have critical roles and obligations. Their views in public can be highly influential on both the public and the policy maker, particularly at times of crisis. Therefore, they should reflect on their public responsibilities and the professionalism of their conduct.
Why Study Science Advice?
By Roger Pielke | |
The study of science advice is political – it is about making policymakers accountable for societal outcomes and preventing decline of democratic governance.
What is “Science Advice” Anyway?
By Roger Pielke | |
EScAPE is a project focused on science advice, so a good place to start is in defining science advice.