Things We Don’t Know C.I.C. - Press Relations
Find out the latest news about how TWDK is impacting science funding and journalism by focusing on what scientists are doing, not just what they’ve done. TWDK explains all the questions scientists haven’t found answers to yet, and helps the public decide which questions science should seek to solve next. Further details about our history and vision can be found in our about page, and details about our founder and team can be found in the team page. Our latest press releases and related resources are listed below.
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In partnership with Sheffield Hallam University, TWDK set four groups of media and games designs students a challenge: turning science articles into videos. The students took up the challenge with passion and determination. Their hard work resulted in the following videos – one of which has even been seen and enjoyed by NASA!
TWDK aim to provide a detailed explanation of each topic currently being researched in science in accessible language. Its website combines proven techniques and mechanisms from publishing, social media, crowdsourcing and crowdfunding.
Why the search for investors leads social entrepreneurs to the theatre... "Things We Don't Know" collects on its platform scientific knowledge and prepares it in plain language.
With the collection of knowledge in Diderot’s Encyclopedia, the era of the Enlightenment began. What begins now when the ignorance is collected?
Yes, no one buys a crime novel just to read the resolution - the whole case is exciting.
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- JUNE 2013
Science is typically communicated in the past tense, from the education system to the media - be it learning about the well established “laws” of science, to the latest breakthroughs. TWDK will focus on explaining ongoing scientific research in simple language, so that the general public can understand and follow the scientific process from beginning to end.
- OCTOBER 2012
It’s been a long time since a movement said of itself that it wanted to and could change the world. Now there is another - they call themselves social entrepreneurs and do not want a collective-political movement, but a private-entrepreneurial one to change the world.
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- JUNE 2012
Things We Don’t Know, will provide explanations of all these mysteries in plain English for the general public, and useful tools for the scientists researching them. There are, without a doubt, scientists in many fields who have the answer to questions in other fields, but don’t realise the question is being asked.