Sense about Science ? equipping people to make sense of science and evidence
Voice of Young Science USA
The Voice of Young Science (VoYS) program encourages early career researchers to play an active role in public debates about science.
Ask for Evidence US Launch
We held an Ask for Evidence Boot Camp for early career researchers at the MIT Museum, Cambridge MA, on February 13th 2013. Find out more about Ask for Evidence USA.
Apply now for free "Peer Review: the nuts & bolts" workshop at the University of St Andrews on 21st November. See flyer for details.
Apply now for the Standing up for Science media workshop in Glasgow on 20th November. See flyer for details.
Top tip 1: Ask for Evidence. If you’re being sold a product or asked to believe a claim then you deserve to know whether it’s based on evidence – or imagination.
Top tip 2: Detox. It’s a marketing myth – our body does it without pricey potions and detox diets.
Top tip 3: Superfood. There is no such thing, just foods that are high in some nutrients.
Top tip 4: Cleansing. You shouldn’t be trying to cleanse anything other than your skin or hair.
Top tip 5: If it sounds too good to be true… it probably is.