Category Archives: finance

The Right Price for Saving the Planet Depends on the Energy Form

The controversial US energy panel at COP23 was over, and people began pouring out of the room at the climate conference in Bonn. While most panelists left, nuclear engineer Lenka Kollar from NuScale stayed and gave interviews to several camera … Continue reading

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17. Can Glyphosate Research Be Trusted?

In my series 17 Questions about Glyphosate, last but not least comes a post about the integrity of research, how funding may influence research results, and what corporate involvement with scientists may entail. And if scientists mostly are not influenced … Continue reading

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Has Alternative Medicine Been Studied Enough?

I’m very happy to introduce my first guest writer, as this piece was a collaboration between me andĀ Lee-Ann MacDonald. Lee-Ann is a Canadian mother of two, who has varied experience from studiesĀ into fields as diverse as Arts and Holistic Health … Continue reading

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Following the Money

Science is the most difficult instance to bribe, because the only currency it accepts is evidence. Continue reading

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