Tagged: storytelling

Game of Futures - Ariadne

Robert Hickson May 27, 2019

No one needs telling that the Future is Coming. But there are different perspectives and attitudes toward it. Some see the future as “dark and full of terrors” – The machines are taking over; Democracy is dying; We are doomed! Others see nothing but light – Technological utopianism; Singularities; Becoming an interplanetary species; Or a delight for … Read More

Telling Your Science Story - Guest Work

Guest Author Feb 26, 2018

Guest post by Ceridwyn Roberts My dad is a scientist – a nuclear chemist – the sort of guy you’d expect to find at the beginning of a superhero story. Short, glasses-wearing, geeky. He had a radiation monitoring badge that he sometimes forgot to take off when he left the lab and I’d examine it, hoping to see his powers … Read More

New ways scientists can help put science back into popular culture - Guest Work

Guest Author Jan 19, 2018

Clifford Johnson, University of Southern California – Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. How often do you, outside the requirements of an assignment, ponder things like the workings of a distant star, the innards of your phone camera, or the number and layout … Read More