Skype a Scientist

 
Skype a Scientist
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University of Connecticut graduate student Sarah McAnulty began Skype a Scientist because of her concern that the political divisiveness in the United States was leading to a mistrust of science. More than two thousand scientists from seventeen countries participate in the program, along with almost as many schools. Volunteers sign up for thirty- or sixty-minute Q&A sessions.

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