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You probably know them: science deniers. People with little faith in science, who prefer to do their own research. They are often subject to ridicule, seen as stupid or at least ill-informed. But I believe science deniers are enormously important to science.
You too, have probably looked at the night sky and maybe searched for some constellations, spotted a planet or just enjoyed the twinkling stars. And you may have noticed that you are able to see more stars in darker areas. This is why Leiden will be in the dark on the 25th of September.
Last Thursday, the Rino foundation organized a science communication-oriented symposium honoring its 25th anniversary. Whoever was not there, do not worry. Here you can find the jokes (and precious insights) that you have missed, covering everything from crybabies to sewers.