Sense About Science

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Sense About Science is a charity formed in 2002 with the aim of promoting public understanding.

Criticism

Sense About Science has been criticised by Malcolm Hooper for being pro-industry and refers to it as the "sister" to the Science Media Centre.[1]

Professor Simon Wessely previously served on the Sense About Science advisory council.[2]

Notable coverage

John Maddox Prize

Sense About Science awards the John Maddox Prize annually to scientists who "promote sound science and evidence on a matter of public interest, facing difficulty or hostility in doing so".[3]. The 2012 award recipient was Professor Simon Wessely.[4]

Key people

Online presence

See also

References

  1. The Role of the Science Media Centre and the Insurance Industry in ME/CFS: the facts behind the fiction
  2. Advisory council
  3. John Maddox Prize
  4. 2012 John Maddox Prize


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