Financing Science in Uncertain Times

Grace Conyers

Grace is a soil scientist, researcher, educator, and science communicator. She spends a lot of her day alternating between teaching, dancing in a lab while waiting for chemical reactions, reading, and plotting business adventures. She is the owner and a co-founder of Insanitek Research and Development. Grace can be found on social media on Minds, Google+, and She invites you to meet up with her on any of these platforms.

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2 Responses

  1. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    Surely if experimental results, University science papers and the like, were available to the general public for a reasonable fee, not only would we all benefit, but those involved directly with the sciences would have the ability to short cut their own experiments, and so speed up conclusions. ( I write as one not involved in science, but only interested in logic.)

  2. GrimsbyHeritage says:

    ‘Scientists and public are calling for data to be open and freely accessible.’

    I think that it is that government policies need to be based on publicly available data, along with supporting discussion. Large companies need to make their research available to their own board – they can’t fly blind, and neither should governments or their voters.

    In the US, the EPA, Pruitt?, has demanded it be so for ‘climate policies’. 🙂

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