Kavin Senapathy recently wrote about some new Girl Scout cookies, which seem to conflict with the organizations STEM advocacy. You can read her piece for Forbes here.
Kavin's article brought to mind a "Science Moms" clip featuring Alison Bernstein.
Jenny Splitter contributed her first piece to Modern Liberals: 'Trump to America: We Are All Entitled to Our Own Facts.' Back in December, she also contributed a piece about Arctic Apples (seriously, I can't wait for these to be readily available!) to the Grounded Parents Blog.
I love this quote from Layla Katiraee, in a piece she wrote on Medium, addressing the concerns of parents on the other side of the GMO debate: "You and I are not so different. We care about many of the same things. The elimination of GMOs is not a silver bullet that will somehow solve the issues in our society or our food system. We should focus our efforts on the real issues and not a convenient scapegoat that has been placed in front of us."
The following piece, which some of you may have seen, but I think warrants a re-share here, was written back in November by Anastasia Bodnar, Layla Katiraee, and Alison Bernstein:
I recently recorded two guest spots on some fantastic podcasts: The League of Nerds and Trolling with Logic. On both shows, I talked about Science Moms, and the general need for an evidence-based, rational approach to parenting. A big thanks to all my friends at TLoNs and TwL for inviting me on their shows!You could also follow my work on The Science Enthusiast Podcast, which I co-host with my friend (and the brains behind A Science Enthusiast) Dan Broadbent.
Until next time,