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Darlene Cavalier

Darlene Cavalier, co-founder of the Science for Citizens Project, is also the founder of ScienceCheerleader.com, a popular blog that promotes science literacy and the involvement of citizens in science and science-related policy. She has held executive positions at Walt Disney Publishing and has worked at Discover magazine for 15 years, where she now is a senior adviser and writer. She has created national science awards programs, science education initiatives, and a series of science-themed roundtable discussions for, among others, the Disney Institute, Space.com, Sally Ride’s Imaginary Lines, and the Franklin Institute. She also serves on the Steering Committee for Science Debate and is a founding partner of Expert and Citizen Assessment of Science and Technology, which engages experts, stakeholders, and everyday citizens in assessing the implications of emerging developments in science and technology.


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"Cheering Microbes Into Space!"   sciencecheerleader.com  Jan 12, 2013

"Our Changing Planet"   Science Cheerleader  May 1, 2011

"What a year at SciCheer"   Science Cheerleader  Jan 19, 2011

"Why We Need Participatory Technology Assessments"   Science Cheerleader  Dec 22, 2010

"Listen to the Sounds Around You"   Science For Citizens  Aug 4, 2010

"How the Quest for Sex Shaped the Modern Man"   Science Cheerleader  Nov 10, 2009

"First-ever Global Citizens Consultation Held"   Science Cheerleader  Oct 19, 2009


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Join Us At H+ Summit at Harvard   2010-05-29

Brain Makeover   2009-11-05

Penn and Teller and the Science Cheerleader   2009-10-22


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Humanity+ UK 2011 conference (London, UK - Jan 28, 2011)

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