Sunday, August 6, 2017

'It's odd' to march for science, says UNL scientist - ZACH HAMMACK, Lincoln Journal Star

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln plant pathology professor heard Obama speak twice at the National Academy of Sciences annual meeting. But it wasn't until this year — April 22 to be exact — that Van Etten took to the political podium himself. That day, scientists and others around the world took up their picket signs for the March for Science. Van Etten, 79, who rallied hundreds of concerned civilians and scientists at Lincoln's satellite march, was never much of an activist, despite living through turbulent political moments in U.S. history.

No comments:

Post a Comment