On Monday, August 21, 2017, daylight will fade to the level of a moonlit night as millions of Americans experience a total solar eclipse. For the first time in nearly 100 years (since 1918), the mo...Read It Review It
American Geophysical Union AMA: Hi Reddit, I'm Piers Forster, I am here to talk about what caused past global warming and what will happen in the future. I am currently Chair of Climate Physics and Director of the Priestley International Centre for Climate, University of Leeds, UK. Ask Me Anything!
I'm Piers Forster and I principally research causes of past climate change and how well we can predict future climate change. I can take Qs on the evidence base for human-induced global warming and...Read It Review It
PLOS Science Wednesday: Hi reddit, my name is Sarka Lisonkova and I published a study in PLOS Medicine showing mothers over 40 years have increasingly higher rates of adverse health outcomes – Ask me Anything!
Hi Reddit, My name is Sarka Lisonkova and I am an Assistant Professor at the University of British Columbia, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. My research focuses on risk factors and deter...Read It Review It
ACS AMA: Hi Reddit! My name is Mircea Dincă, a professor of chemistry at MIT. Ask me anything about metal-organic framework materials!
ACS AMA I am Mircea Dincă, and I am an Associate Professor of Chemistry at MIT, leading a lab focused on the design and synthesis of new materials for energy and environmental applications. In par...Read It Review It
Science AMA Series: I’m Helen Roy, a Professor in Ecology at the NERC Centre for Ecology and Hydrology. I do research on invasive non-native species and their effects on biodiversity. AMA!
Hi Reddit! As we travel around the world and our economies become more globalised, plant and animal species are declining and in some cases disappearing due to the arrival of invasive non-native s...Read It Review It
Science AMA Series: I’m Dr. Jessica Ribeiro, a professor at Florida State University, and I’m here with NBC News MACH. I'll be answering questions about my research in using AI to predict suicide for about an hour beginning at 12:00 p.m. ET.
The mission of my research program is to accurately detect risk, especially for suicidal behavior, for all people at all points in time. To this end, there are four major elements of my research: (...Read It Review It
AGU AMA:Hi Reddit! I’m David Baratoux, Editor of Journal of Geophysical Research, Planets, and I'm Hasnaa Chennaoui-Aoudjehane,Professor at U of Casablanca, Morocco, we are here to talk about meteorites from Morocco and hot deserts and the promotion of planetary sciences in Africa. Ask Us Anything!
I am David Baratoux, Senior Researcher and geologist at the Institute of Research for Sustainable Developement (IRD), France, and Editor of Journal of Geophysical Research, Planets. I spent 15 year...Read It Review It
Science AMA Series: We authored a recent report on future products of biotechnology for the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, Ask Us Anything!
Hi reddit, I’m Steve Bradbury, a professor of environmental toxicology at Iowa State University. My research spans pesticide resistance management, pollination services and monarch butterfly conse...Read It Review It
AAAS AMA: Hi, we’re Maria Elena Bottazzi, Marcia Castro, Kacey Ernst, and Anthony Wilson and we study vector-borne diseases. Ask us anything!
Vector-borne diseases – infectious diseases that are carried between humans or from animals to humans by organisms such as mosquitoes and ticks – infect over 1 billion people and cause more than 1 ...Read It Review It
PLOS AMA: Hi reddit, we’re Andreas, Matthew, and Martin and we discovered changes in the honey bee genome that determine adaptation to high-altitude forest habitats – Ask us anything!
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AAAS AMA: Hi, we’re Christine Johnston and Ina Park, two researchers who study Sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Ask us anything!
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are really common – there are about 20 million new cases every year in the United States and about 110 million total infections according to the Centers for D...Read It Review It
Science AMA Series: We’re Bill Griesar and Jeff Leake at Portland State University and co-founders of nwnoggin.org We train students in neuroscience and art to collaborate, and use art projects to enthuse and inform K-12 students and the public about how our brains work. Ask us anything!
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