Quanta: Why Math Is the Best Way to Make Sense of the World
Vox: A surprising amount of medical research isn’t made public. That’s dangerous.
Vox: What a nerdy debate about p-values shows about science — and how to fix it
AARP joins AllTrials campaign for clinical trial transparency
AARP, an organization that has spent nearly 60 years fighting to improve healthcare and quality of life for millions of Americans, joins AllTrials, the global initiative calling for the registration and reporting of all clinical trials.
History of the Modern Presidency: New York Times Forecast: Beyond the Scope of Their Study
New York Times article references STATS analysis: “Presidential Polling’s Margin for Error.”
The Telegraph: Doctor’s Diary: Gove was right, we have had enough of experts
STATS Director, Rebecca Goldin, and her analysis of UK PACE trial on chronic fatigue syndrome treatments mentioned in the Telegraph.
McGill Reporter: Science should be “core literacy for everyone,” says Trottier speaker
Sense About Science USA’s Trevor Butterworth, a speaker at McGill University’s fall symposium on science and the media, on the need for scientific literacy for all.
STATS.org #GradyStatsCamp, Storify’d
Want to know what happened when STATS.org held a stats camp for undergraduates and grad students at Grady School of Journalism in Athens, GA? Follow the days’ events as told through social media.
AGU Blogosphere: Plainspoken statistics
STATS provides workshops on covering statistics for journalists. Here is a recap of the workshops STATS has run for Vox Media and DC-based science writers at the American Geophysical Union.