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‘Spelling as a Linguistic Skill’ Makes for an ‘Incredibly Fulfilling’ Journey
‘Spelling as a Linguistic Skill’ Makes for an ‘Incredibly Fulfilling’ Journey
October 6, 2020
As a scientist, affecting children’s lives and the enthusiasm of teachers and clinicians is an exciting result of her research, said Julie...
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Feeling the pinch: Questions about this year's flu vaccine and research on the COVID-19 vaccine
Feeling the pinch: Questions about this year's flu vaccine and research on the COVID-19 vaccine
September 16, 2020
As the COVID-19 pandemic rolls into flu season, eyes all over the world are looking toward vaccines. Medical professionals are urging...
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Missouri could see more tropical cyclones
Missouri could see more tropical cyclones
September 1, 2020
Tropical Cyclone Laura strengthened into a hurricane before landfall in Louisiana. I weakened to a tropical storm as it headed north and east...
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Communicating Climate Science in Missouri
Communicating Climate Science in Missouri
August 25, 2020
Researchers are constantly learning more about the impacts of climate change, but findings tend to be complex and nuanced. Personal beliefs...
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Are there benefits to having kids in school during a pandemic?
Are there benefits to having kids in school during a pandemic?
August 5, 2020
Parents, teachers, and policymakers are grappling with the reality of COVID-19 this school year. As schools open all over the country, many...
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K-12 Teachers Say They Need More Guidance With COVID-19
K-12 Teachers Say They Need More Guidance With COVID-19
July 22, 2020
Most K through 12 students in Missouri are heading back to class in late August this year. Today, in late July would usually be a time of...
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Back to school in the era of COVID-19
Back to school in the era of COVID-19
July 16, 2020
Parents, teachers, and school administrators are grappling with how to open schools safely and responsibly in the fall. Just today (July...
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Interacting with lawmakers while keeping your social distance
Interacting with lawmakers while keeping your social distance
July 1, 2020
Before COVID-19, Missouri lawmakers were a busy group with committee meetings, debating, voting, answering demands and calls from...
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Research Continues Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
Research Continues Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
June 23, 2020
Social distancing is easy when you do field research. Katie Laplante talks about how she's adjusting her work because of...
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Elevating Science in Missouri: The Role of the Missouri Local Science Engagement Network
Elevating Science in Missouri: The Role of the Missouri Local Science Engagement Network
May 27, 2020
Here at the Missouri Local Science Engagement Network, we’re working hard to create resources to elevate science in policy conversations...
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Understanding the Art of Science Communication
Understanding the Art of Science Communication
May 20, 2020
Science communication experts share tips on getting the most out of your communications plan. "Your work no longer speaks for itself. The...
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Scientists Adjusting to Quarantine Life
Scientists Adjusting to Quarantine Life
May 7, 2020
Dan EnglishMSGH. Local Science Engagement Network Coordinator http://www.danieljenglish.com Lab assistant, Zeus is new to scientific...
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MOST Policy Initiative welcomes Dan English as Engagement Network Coordinator
MOST Policy Initiative welcomes Dan English as Engagement Network Coordinator
April 22, 2020
In January, MOST Policy Initiative launched the Missouri Local Science Engagement Network (LSEN) in partnership with the American Association...
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