Join 'Things We Don't Know About Science' Website
1 October 2018
Public Engagement - opportunity
Things We Don’t Know is a science education company that focuses on explaining the questions to which science still seeks answers.
"The site provides an easy-to-browse platform that can act as a catalogue of scientific research topics for prospective PhD students, and provides science news with real time updates from scientists working in the field. It also supports reader-directed crowdfunding to encourage popular research topics. Things We Don’t Know is a C.I.C., or “Community Interest Company”, so 70% or more of our profits is used to fund scientific research."
Their aims are to reduce graduate dropouts, support the genesis of collaborations, and encourage science and engagement with science.
Things We Don’t Know is keen to sign up more researchers in the field to use the site and provide updates about their work.
Watch this video to find out more about getting involved. The site is entirely free to use, and we also accept guest blog posts providing they fit our writing guidelines, and will offer editorial support for scientists who want to share what they do.
If you have any queries, you can get in touch with email@example.com.
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