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Radio Interview With Sonya
February 17, 2018 Press

Radio Interview With Sonya

Sonya is our hilarious (Australian) organizer of Science Riot in Colorado Springs who joined the team after performing with us in 2016. She recently sat down with Drew Smith of Cumulus...

Science Riot in Chicago!
February 4, 2018 Chicago Press

Science Riot in Chicago!

We here at Science Riot Inc are very proud to announce a new science outreach series that will take place at two incredible venues in Chicago; The Field Museum and...

Dr. Niki on the Hello PhD Podcast
November 14, 2017 Press

Dr. Niki on the Hello PhD Podcast

Thank you to Joshua Hall and Daniel Arneman from Hello PhD who recently interviewed our cofounder, Dr. Niki Spahich! Two scientists walk into a bar. One steps on stage and...

Feature in the CS Indy
March 1, 2017 Colorado Springs Press

Feature in the CS Indy

The Peer Revue shows what happens when you cross a scientist with a comedian? (Reposted from the Colorado Springs Independent) by Griffin Swartzell (@GFeatherQuill)   It's hardly perfect, but science...

What is the Peer Revue?
September 28, 2016 Press

What is the Peer Revue?

Have you ever wondered what the Peer Revue is all about? Check out this video to learn more! And don't forget to visit the Events tab on our page to...

Articles

Who is allowed to call themselves a scientist?
Editorial

Who is allowed to call themselves a scientist?

Can you name a scientist who is alive today? Because 81% of the American public can’t name one. This is discouraging news for anyone who cares about science literacy, but it isn’t particularly helpful unless we allow ourselves to consider that maybe the public isn’t the problem. “We must have very different definitions for the word scientist.”…

How To Start a Science Riot
Editorial

How To Start a Science Riot

In 2015, I met with a group of naïve scientists in a Colorado pub. The three of us – a pilot, a microbiologist, and a paleontologist – agreed that “Science Riot” was a catchy non-sequitur. The idea of introverted scientists taking the street in their lab-coats was undeniably hilarious. We never thought it would actually…

Will Scientists Actually March For Science?
EditorialFor Activists

Will Scientists Actually March For Science?

Science Riot is proud to be providing speakers and programming support for March for Science satellite events in Colorado Springs and Little Rock. This article was expanded from notes taken during initial meetings with march organizers. Printable PDF  is available for download. Only 1 in 5 scientists do outreach for the adult public. How many will…

Only 1 in 5 scientists participate in outreach for the adult public, and we want to change that. Our workshops give STEM professionals the confidence to get behind a microphone. You might not think that scientists can be both interesting and entertaining, but the results speak for themselves.

Workshops for Scientists

You're an expert. You know things. We provide science communication workshops so that you can tell the world about your science and help restore respect for expertise. 

Programs For Institutions

Our events draw diverse audiences that lectures and science cafe's don't, and we have the statistics to prove it. Learn how you can host a program that develops science communicators and reaches outside the science bubble. 

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