31 Jan '12, 5pm

A Q&A with me by @Revkin, of the NYT Dot Earth blog, about @story_collider:

Erin also sent me her own answer to this question: “I think personally my biggest aha moment was just realizing the role of the show for people like me who are, well, not scientists. Science to me had always just been that one boring class that I skipped three days out of the week in college. And, sure, maybe it is that. Let’s not kid ourselves here. But thinking about it through the frame of storytelling, science can also be something that enables us to change our lives, leads us to fall in love, or helps us define who he we are. And there’s something pretty incredible about that. The more of these stories that Ben and I heard, the more we realized that The Story Collider’s role is to make science personal for our audience, in a time when a lot of people feel disconnected from it.”

Full article: http://dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/01/31/story-collid...

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