The Complex Reality of Scientific Progress: Why the Public Benefits from an Integrated Approach to Science Reporting

By Edward D. Levin, Ph.D., Duke University   Eggs are good for you; eggs are bad for you. Cell phones cause brain cancer; cell phones do not cause brain cancer. What is to be made of this? The ways in which scientific studies are conducted and the ways in which their results can be interpreted … Continue reading The Complex Reality of Scientific Progress: Why the Public Benefits from an Integrated Approach to Science Reporting