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What's the Real Story Behind Science Denial?

Published July 30, 2018

Science Denialism, Public Policy, and Global Health


Watch the complete recording of our June 2018 panel on Science Denialism.

Not a week goes by when science denial doesn't rear its head in the news. While we know that it's not a new phenomenon, the consequences of science denial seem more pressing than ever.

On June 28th, we gathered a panel with a breadth of experience on the topic to help paint a clear picture of what's really going on when people deny or are persuaded to deny scientific facts.

Moderated by Ira Flatow, host of Science Friday, the discussion included Allan Brandt, Dominique Brossard, Kelly Brownell, and Kelly Greenhill. Watch the full discussion in the video above.

And don't miss our full-day symposium Science Denial: Lessons and Solutions, coming up on Friday, November 2, 2018. Register today.