Future is in the Science, is a science communication platform. We aim to build a bridge between the society and science.
Together with 25+ volunteers, we work relentlessly to promote critical thinking and teach about science.
A Science Communication Platform
Contrary to conventional popular science platforms, we are a new-generation platform making; live streams on Twitch, interviews, educational content, interactive services and social responsibility projects.
Scientific Q&A Platform
People Google questions time to time, but how certain one can be about the accuracy of the answers?
There ought to be a website with a structured system to see questions and answers in one place. Actually there are many such websites out there like Yahoo Answers or Quora.
Yet, we are still unsure about the scientifit soundness of the answers since (literaly) anyone can answer. The voting systems are again dependent on everyones opinions which may not reflect the scientific evidence. For example, imagine an answer stating that vaccines are harmful and the it is upvoted...
Threfore, we created a scientific Q&A site to tackle these shortcomings. In our website, everyone can ask questions but only experts on that field (and that field alone) can answer as long as they provide a scientific article or book as a reference.
P.S. Unfortunately, this website is only available in Turkish at the moment. We are currently working on the English version.
Live Science Streams
We stream 5 days a week on average at our Twitch channel.
Our content varies from one man science shows presenting literature reviews to live interviews with renowned scientists:
- Scientist Guests: In these streams, we host renowned scientists and discuss their fields. There are several differences from a conventional interview. First, we aim to give virtually unlimited time and space for the expert for talking about their area of research. Second, we also expect the guest to teach us about his/her respective field. Finally, we try to stimulate the conversation with critical questions.
- One or two host live science shows with educational content, about: psychology, amateur astronomy, English teaching, engineering, renewable energy, psychoanalysis, game development, physics, computer science and history of science.