Monthly Archives: June 2012

It IS possible to present complex science to the public

Maybe I am particularly slow, but I just spent two wonderful, if exhausting, days at the second Muskoka Summit on the Environment, a biennial event here in Muskoka.  The 250+ participants included university professors, graduate and undergraduate students, highschool students, and a broad range of the general public.  The topic was biodiversity loss, the importance … Continue reading »

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