Sense About Science


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Sense About Science

An independent UK charity which promotes good science and evidence in public debate.
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Food intolerances and some diffi-cult-to-diagnose conditions have also been confused with allergies, says the guide by Sense About Science which draws on information from allergy specialists and charities.
Trevor Butterworth, Head Judge of the Neal Awards Selection Committee and Director, Sense about Science USA and Editor, STATS.
The guide is compiled by the charity Sense About Science.
net, is the collaborative effort of an unusual group of organizations: Bad Science, Sense about Science, the British Medical Journal, the James Lind Initiative, and the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine.
Sense About Science (SAS), a charity which aims to dispel commonly held myths, especially those promulgated by celebrities, congratulated him on being scientifically correct.
Ms Ellen Raphael is UK Director of Sense About Science.
This in turn encouraged various British NGOs such as Index on Censorship, English PEN and Sense About Science to start a high-profile campaign, which led the British government to finally present libel reform legislation to Parliament.
In its annual list of what it considers the year's worst abuses against science, the Sense About Science (SAS) campaign named US reality TV star Nicole Polizzi, Republican presidential candidate Michelle Bachmann and American singer-songwriter Suzi Quatro as top offenders, with their dubious views on why the sea is salty, the risks of cervical cancer vaccines and the colon.
I would like to direct their attention to Sense About Science, the organisation that seeks to correct widely held but mistaken beliefs.
UK: Two new reports released by Sense About Science and the Association of Clinical Biology, and the Royal College of Pathologists and the PHG Foundation address the need for government oversight of diagnostic testing kits and the potential for misdiagnoses.
Sense About Science is willing to confront junk science head on, which they did in January last year when they published a booklet Making Sense of Chemical Stories.
The sensible-sounding souls from the Sense About Science organisation say water, fresh air and sleep is all our recovering bodies require.