Only 5 percent of students who applied to Stanford this year got in. That figure is less than half of what it was 10 years ago. What gives accepted students their edge?
The intersection of science, politics and social outcomes
Water fluoridation is only one example—childhood vaccination is another—of an issue that remains controversial for some, even as a great majority of scientific studies indicate there’s little, if anything, to worry about from their implementation.
We talk about the intersection of science and social outcomes with Daniel Sarewitz, Co-Director of the Consortium for Sciences, Policy and Outcomes at Arizona State University.