This year’s Media Impact Forum—”SC2: Science Comunications & The Science of Communications”—convened at the American Philosophical Society—the home of America’s oldest learned society—in Philadelphia. From its earliest days, the American republic has relied on scientific inquiry to propel our nation forward, in all facets of our life–in commerce, national defense, social policy and creative expression, among many other areas. The meeting helped philanthropy focus on the special role of science in our national debates, the importance of sharpening the communications of science, and broader issues about understanding how and when communications and storytelling make a difference.
Want to know more about what was said? We took pretty comprehensive notes for each session. Read them here.