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Science Trust Project

The Science Trust Project empowers scientists to bridge divides through meaningful conversations, moving from correction to connection.
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We offer webinars, workshops, coffee hours, and opportunities to practice vital skills with a community of scientists engaged in addressing misinformation.

Science Trust Project webinars

Join your colleagues to learn more about addressing misinformation and disinformation about science.

Virtual coffee hours

Join us for virtual coffee hours, where you can explore ways to build trust, combat misinformation, and communicate effectively. Coffee hours are your opportunity to participate in expert-led discussions, practice your communication skills, and connect with a community of like-minded individuals.

Get involved with addressing misinformation

Science Trust Project members are part of a vibrant and engaged community building cutting-edge communication skills to mitigate the spread of misinformation with humility, curiosity, empathy, and facts.

Join our mailing list to learn about events where you can help address misinformation.

Featured resources

  • Webinar: How to write an op-ed
  • Webinar: Addressing misinformation about science
  • Video: Countering misinformation panel discussion
APS member poll

Misinformation is a top priority

  • 47.5%

    of APS members are extremely concerned

  • 48.6%

    of APS members are fairly concerned

  • 82.7%

    feel they should play an active role in countering misinformation

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The American Institute of Physics advances, promotes and serves the physical sciences for the benefit of humanity.

Contact

To learn more about the Science Trust Project, please contact the APS Public Engagement team.

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