On the ground in Washington at the March for Science
Marchers in front of the Capitol Building in Washington, DCLisa Grossman/New ScientistBy Chelsea Whyte and Lisa Grossman in Washington, DCJonathan Berman, the national co-chair of the March for Science, said his hopes for the day of the march were that it wouldn’t rain and that lots of people would show up. He got one of those wishes. When we turned...
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