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Webinar : the poor diagnosis of rare diseases

The second 2021 webinar with Science Magazine is dedicated to the issues caused by the poor diagnosis of rare...

7,000 challenges: the basis and burden of rare diseases

Join our expert panel invited to this webinar who will explain the basis and burden of rare diseases and offer a path...

Mistakes, missteps, and lessons learned: How we stop the coronavirus

This webinar accesses some of the world’s leading scientists to explain what seems to be a never-ending list of challenges to stop Covid-19...

Vaccine matters: Can we cure coronavirus?

During this exceptional webinar, the experts, all in the field of coronavirus vaccine research, will respond to the public’s most pressing...

Coronavirus: A survival guide

This new and exceptional webinar will be focused on the Coronavirus outbreak, which has made us completely change our modern behaviors. We’ll discuss how to adapt to the new normal and how to face...

Fiscal fitness for scientists: The price you pay for ignorance

The financial pressures of being a scientist are not limited to youngsters—with tenure becoming more difficult and likely to disappear, many more senior scientists have little or no financial...

The science of incarceration: A realistic look at the cost of imprisonment

In this webinar, the expert panel will tackle incarceration and examine how society’s need for redress can be balanced with our moral obligation to treat all human beings with respect and...

From grassroots to 30,000 feet: A discussion on the fate of graduate education

This webinar draws together educational visionaries to conjecture the future of higher education and its impact on science learning and...

Money matters: Science entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship is a major source of scientific advancement as well as a mechanism for gaining personal wealth. How should we best handle entrepreneurship in science? Join the...

Engaging citizen scientists: Will the walls of the ivory towers come tumbling down?

For more than 200 years, however, Science has been conducted only by scientists, but now, citizen scientists have been engaged to measure bird migration, the proliferation of plastics pollution, and...

Impulses, intent, and the science of evil

In this webinar we examine the science of evil. We attempt to unpack the nature of evil and ask if we can eliminate it or whether indeed, we...

You can’t think outside the box if you’re locked inside it

During this webinar, we will identify solutions to better represent the ideas, countries, wealth variances, cultures, identities, and beliefs in the global laboratory of the...

Weaponizing science for the greater good

This webinar examines the practice of applying scientific standards of data collection, analysis, and presentation to further social justice and serve core human...

Selling without selling out: How to communicate your science

This webinar provides guidance on how to best communicate science to your peers and the...

Unmasking mental health issues faced by scientists: Addressing the silent pain among us

This webinar seeks to address the issue of mental health in the scientific community candidly and...

Fighting fake science: Barriers and solutions

This webinar attacks the issue of fake science head-on, examining what can be done to combat bad science and how good science can be encouraged and...

Put talent first: Practical steps to eliminate gender bias in science

This live roundtable discussion addressed the continuing problem of gender-based discrimination in the...

Finding your way: The science of success

This Webinar adressed what success means and what we might consider sacrificing or risking to reach our goals in Scientific...
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