Sure, why not launch a car into space?
Big Science is still working on the pilot video, but the Winter weather at Green Bank means we can’t finish until Spring. In the mean time look for a Big Science video series on YouTube.
The Big Science team is working hard this month to prepare a “sizzle reel” following a successful Kickstarter fundraiser that brought in $22,237 Canadian dollars. The sizzle reel will accompany a pitch to networks and streaming services for a possible television show about the employees and community at major science facilities around the world. Already, the team has made two …
One of the overarching goals of the Big Science TV project is to break down the perception that scientists are different from everyone else. There’s a common view that we sit in an ivory tower of academia, looking down upon the unwashed masses and telling people what to think and what to believe. In reality we have jobs that can …
One of the biggest benefits to scientific research is its role in strengthening political ties.
One of the goals of Big Science is to tell the stories you don’t hear about scientific research.
Part of communicating science is not just how you tell the story but also what stories you choose to tell.