frank Finds: The Science of Social Change

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The latest public interest communication news you need to know.

frank Finds: Climate Denial, Grassroots Activism and Redefining Cities

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The latest public interest communication news you need to know.

frank Finds: The Power of Practice, Ego and Nonprofits

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The latest public interest communication news you need to know.

Seven Minutes in Heaven with Scientist Troy Campbell

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What happens when a science prodigy loves literature and people? Troy Campbell, the frank 2016 $10k research prize winner. We talked with Campbell about his research, winning the prize and what it was like to attend frank for the first time.

The 5 Climate Change Communication Studies You Need to Know

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To move nonbelievers to believers, we must use evidence-based communication strategies. Here are the 5 climate change communication studies you need to know.

frank Finds: What Happened This Week

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The latest news worth knowing for change makers and movement builders.

How the Sun Could Make a New Batch of Planets

Astronomers using the Very Large Telescope just caught the first glimpse of a hot disc of dust around a very old, dying star.

How One Little Number Erodes Trust in Science

Statistical significance gives everyone the false sense that results are clean and final. How can we read and report them correctly?

New Fertility Options for Female Soldiers

The U.S. military now covers egg freezing for active-duty servicewomen—but while some celebrate the new benefit, others worry that it will become an expectation.

Stanford Literary Lab uses digital humanities to study why we feel suspense

Stanford English Professor Mark Algee-Hewitt and a team of eight graduate students combine digital tools of textual analysis with the emotional experience of reading to uncover what creates suspense in stories.