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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…

What is the Peer Revue?
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 learn about upcoming shows and see how you can experience the Revue for yourself.

Now Accepting Sponsorships
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Now Accepting Sponsorships

We are proud to announce that all donations to the Peer Revue are now tax-deductible! Science Riot, Inc has been approved as a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization, and is registered as a nonprofit corporation in Colorado. We are now accepting corporate and private sponsors for our innovative outreach program – the first of it’s kind…

We’re Recruiting!
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We’re Recruiting!

Dear science enthusiasts, We are very excited to announce that we have filed as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization here in Colorado- Science Riot, Inc! We feel great about this crazy experiment called the Peer Revue that we’ve been tinkering with since January, and think it’s time to get serious about expanding our unique brand of…

In The News
Colorado SpringsPress

In The News

Pre-sales for our first event are through the roof thanks to local coverage of the Peer Revue from the Colorado Springs Independent:    You don’t need to remember the agony of college lab courses for researchers’ anecdotes to induce a gargalesis along your humerus (read: tickle your funny-bone). Just be at The Loft (2506 W….