The Chicago Council on Science and Technology, or C2ST, has spent the past decade working towards its mission of a community engaged with science. Pursuing that goal hasn’t been simple, and has required the work of dedicated people from day one. In C2ST’s case, four founders—Alan Schriesheim, Jon Miller, Paul Knappenberger, and Bradley Moore—laid the groundwork. In 2005, they came together with one simple idea. They would create an organization to connect the public with science and the scientific community with itself.
BY DAN MISCH
WE NEED TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT VULNERABLE ELECTIONS
By Sanford (Sandy) Morganstein
What I’m about to discuss here should not be taken as any kind of partisan sour grapes. I can prove that…the experts I quote in this article have been worried about this issue for more than ten years…through elections of Democrats and Republicans.
By Jessica Turner-Skoff
Civilization and its Discontents – 2017
Sanford (Sandy) Morganstein
There are reasons why we are living in a period witnessing the decline of 17th and 18th Century Enlightenment values. Reasons why tens of thousands found it necessary to “march for science” and support fact-based reasoning and critical thinking (C2ST - The Enlightening March for Science).