This Public Advocacy Forum panel discusses the essential role of basic scientific research to the research continuum.
Before becoming an SfN Early Career Policy Ambassador (ECPA), I had no experience with science policy advocacy.
This is webinar one in the series, Taking Your Advocacy to the Next Level.
Sometimes, we forget that science is not just an individual quest. It is much more. It involves a whole community of people.
How can researchers advocate effectively, especially at the local level?
This past April, I proudly marched in Washington, DC, with 100,000 fellow scientists and nonscientists to show our support for the role of science in policy-making.
Register to hear neuroscientists discuss their advocacy efforts and what you can do to promote science research in your local community.
Tell a good story. It’s a mantra we scientists live by.
Ian McLaughlin makes time to step beyond the bench to educate the public about the brain.
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