The Virginia Institute of Marine Science will take a look at ways to identify “Fake News” in a VIMS After Hours event later this month. The Thursday, June 28 program will begin at 7 p.m. in Waterman’s Hall on the school’s Gloucester Point campus.
A panel of VIMS scientists and media professionals will “discuss how fake news affects science and how to distinguish it from scientifically sound news stories,” a press release stated.
For more information or to register to attend visit www.vims.edu/events or call 804-684-7061. ...
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