Students and faculty alike are combining their technical expertise and educated opinions to make headlines across science communications. 

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Student Pieces Land in Scientific American

June 17, 2019

Scientific American published two pieces written by students who took last semester’s seminar taught by John Horgan, Director of the Center for Science Writings. Abigail Meola authored “The Polycystic Sisterhood,” an examination on why polycystic ovarian syndrome, a major cause of infertility, gets little attention. Dylan Moon wrote “Why Do Some Green Activists Eat Meat,” which recognizes animal agriculture as the cause of "14.5 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions” and “about a third of all our freshwater consumption.” 

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John Horgan on BYU Radio

June 17, 2019

In addition, John Horgan recently went on BYU Radio to discuss his latest book, “Mind-Body Problems: Science, Subjectivity & Who We Really Are.” Click here to listen to the interview, and don’t forget to enjoy the book itself, published online here.