Rock 'n' Research

Scientists must show the public how "cool" their research really is, says Francis Collins — hence the Rock Stars of Science campaign, in which researchers team up with prominent rock stars in order to promote their work. The NIH director was one of the "founding father[s]" of this campaign, which launched in 2009, says Chris Mooney at The Intersection blog.

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