Two weeks ago (on the 47th annual Earth Day), about 150,000 people across 600 cities around the world gathered together for the March for Science. Our last blog post included a list of interesting pre-march readings, and you can check out more thoughtful reports and analyses from afterward at the bottom of this post. In the meantime, here’s a gallery of photos taken by a variety of our students, faculty, and staff from the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology (CSN) at several different marches (including Washington D.C. and Berlin!)
Click on any of the photos below to see a slideshow:
Quite a few CSN members attended the march in Washington, D.C.
Center members also made it to marches in St. Paul, Madison, and Berlin!
MORE INTERESTING (AND FUN) READS ABOUT THE MARCH FOR SCIENCE
- Chemical & Engineering News: Twitter photo gallery for #chemistsmarch
- The Atlantic: How the March for Science Finally Found Its Voice by Ed Yong
- American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS): post-march resources and activities at Force for Science
- NPR’S Science Friday: Why We March: Portraits Of The March For Science and What it Was Like to March for Science (photo gallery)
- New York Times: Making Art at the March for Science by Anna North
- Mashable: All the best (and geekiest) signs from Marches for Science around the world
- National Public Radio: Voices from the March for Science and Science Isn’t Partisan, But Public Perception Of Science Often Is
- Washington Post: Why people are marching for science: ‘There is no Planet B’ by Joel Achenbach, Ben Guarino, & Sarah Kaplan and Tens of thousands marched for science. Now what? by Sarah Kaplan
- STAT: In science and medicine, diversity shouldn’t be optional by Altaf Saadi
Finally, an important disclaimer: all of the people mentioned or pictured in the photos above attended the March for Science as individuals, not as formal representatives of the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology or the National Science Foundation.