Improved design of citizen science projects in which nonscientists and scientists collaborate can boost the amount of science learning by nonscientists and communities.
P. L. Weiss
Peter L. Weiss is a former editor of Eos. He was previously a staff writer for a newspaper chain and a magazine. Prior to joining the Eos team, he managed AGU’s press office. Peter is a slug, that is, an alumnus of the University of California, Santa Cruz graduate science writing program.
Thousands Take to the Hill to March for Science
Protestors in the U.S. capital echoed pleas from last year, calling for greater appreciation of and support for science, less political interference, and increased diversity in scientific pursuits.
Thousands March Worldwide in Support of Science
Science enthusiasts descended on the National Mall in Washington, D. C., and demonstrated in more than 600 cities and other places globally in support of science and evidence-based decision-making.
Europe to Push Paris Climate Accord over Brink to Take Effect
Enough member states in the European Union have already individually ratified the agreement to meet the emissions requirement for the agreement to go into force.
Rapidly Activated Satellite Completes A European Constellation
Sentinel-1B will move to a new orbit on the other side of our planet from its sister spacecraft Sentinel-1A.
2017 AGU Fall Meeting Heads to New Orleans, 2018 to Washington, D. C.
The American Geophysical Union opts to relocate its 26,000-plus-attendee meeting from San Francisco for 2 years to avoid detrimental impacts from extensive construction at the convention center.