Dimensions Sciences Campaigns for Awareness of Science interviewed Marcia Fournier with the following question: How does society benefit from diversity in science? Marcia answers with a sports analogy that helps to understand how diversity of culture, gender, race, age, disability, can bring value to science. Since Marcia recorded this video two vaccines for COVID-19 were approved in the US. These vaccines use an innovative technology based on RNA. Cheers to diversity in science!
Cara, Nick, Abhi, Rob from University of Connecticut think science is important "because it helps us to answer big questions; science helps us to learn about animals, bones, and about ourselves; science allows us to explore the world..." (2:40 min view)
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Co-founders of Brazilian Voices, a music assemble in South Florida, tell us why science is important to them. Science can measure the benefit of music to people. Research shows that music is good for the mind and body. For example, music can trigger biochemical reducers of stress and our blood flows more easily as music is played. Studies have shown that music can relive symptoms of depression. Find out more in this video about science, music and health. They say keep music in your life!
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I'm a scientist from Brazil. I am currently in Australia doing my PhD at the Australian National University in Canberra. I'm working on a Science Education project that focuses on understanding how undergraduate students learn what science is and how to do science whilst being part of research groups.
Bruna Contro responds here why she thinks science is important. Check it out! If you enjoyed this video, make sure you share with your friends!
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Here Carol Peres Siviero, a 7 year old from Sao Paulo, Brazil answers the challenge! Check it out!
We used facts and myths information from the World Health Organization to kick off our video series. We hope this video will help the public with facts and trust in science to make informed decisions.
Famous medical scientist Louis Pasteur said: “When I approach a child, he inspires in me two sentiments; tenderness for what he is, and respect for what he may become.”
Today we share a new video from our series “why is science important” with the testimonial of a child and our respect for what he’s becoming. Enjoy!
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, we are in debt to our HEALTHCARE WORKERS fighting for us in the frontlines. If it was not for SCIENCE, clinicians would not be able to step in and save the lives they have been saving.
Our team members joined the challenge and shared their views on how science is important. Specially during these times of crisis with the COVID-19 pandemic we hope this will inspire you!
Mother and daughter tell how science changed their lives for our Mother's day special. They live in Italy but stories like theirs are all around the world.
"Science can change lives and it changed my life"