from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun Plural form of
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Help support Wordnik (and make this page ad-free) by adopting the word popularisers.
I do try to hack my way, no pun intended, through some of their papers, but I really depend upon science writers and popularisers who report the latest depressing findings.
Ever since, he has had to communicate through his computer, which is painfully slow, so it's ironic that he has still managed to become one of the great science popularisers of our age.
Stephen Hawking at 70: still the brightest star in the scientific universe
The social impact of Darwin's On the Origin of Species 1859 produced a mixed response from the women popularisers.
They also played a vital part as translators, illustrators and interpreters and, most particularly, as "scientific popularisers".
Brilliant popularisers like Richard Dawkins and Daniel Dennett have put the question on the agenda of most of us – and on the bookstalls of the nation.
Again, I wonder that Darwinists in general don't feel at least somewhat uneasy that their most promininent popularisers throw up philosophical objections to protect their theory from the universe.
Bandler & Grinder are the NLP popularisers, if not inventers, I recall that much.
This movie has been in the making during a very busy time for science popularisers.
Ken Millar made the point in his webcast last night that science needs to celebrate its popularisers, - not get sniffy about the likes of Sagan and Jay Gould.
As part of his investigation into the “apocalyptic genre” in modern America, Paul Boyer of the University of Wisconsin asks why so many of his fellow Americans are “susceptible” to televangelists and other “popularisers”.
Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.