Advancing Social Change through Science

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. The March for Science was a bit of an anomaly for the scientific community. While we hope that our research will have a positive impact on society, we don’t always raise our voices when we need to. But now more than ever, I believe it’s critical for scientists to actively engage in policy issues.

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Will Adler
Will Adler is a PhD student at New York University and founder of the Scientist Action and Advocacy Network.

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