In 30 minutes, I’ll be chatting with Jason Osborne and Dr Aaron Alford, the co-founders of the not-for-profit…

In 30 minutes, I’ll be chatting with Jason Osborne and Dr Aaron Alford, the co-founders of the not-for-profit organisations Paleo Quest and SharkFinder. They provide educational kits and online education modules for the public and classrooms to get involved in palaeontology. Our discussion will focus on how practical experience can help students become engaged in science. In particular, we’ll talk about their efforts to support poor and disadvantaged youth gain access to science. They have a few novel publications scheduled that will incorporate and credit the work of these young students.

You can watch and live tweet to us @ScienceOnGoogle using #scienceongoogle or save this video to watch later on YouTube. #sociology #stem

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