subreddits related to r/ScientistsMarch
/r/VoteBlue is our new home, subscribe there! This was our subreddit to discuss the 2018 midterm elections - primaries, candidates, strategy, news, odds, funding, volunteering, donations, and more, from state legislatures to gubernatorial races to Senate and House seats!
This subreddit is part of the political revolution as envisioned by Senator Bernie Sanders. We represent a movement promoting activism, raising support for progressive candidates, and spreading awareness for the issues focused on by the progressive cause.
"Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood." Marie Curie A subreddit for women who work in, about or around science (or would like to). Field-related questions, scientific discussion, gender politics (in all directions), one's research/thesis/mentor/inability to publish/being scooped/ etc
A community to share stories related to the growing Modern Political and Social Progressive Movement. The Modern Progressive Movement advocates change and reform through directed governmental action. The Modern Progressive Movement stands in opposition of conservative or reactionary ideologies.
The Democratic Party is fighting for a country where everyone, from every walk of life, has an equal chance at the American dream. This sub offers daily news updates, policy analysis, links, and opportunities to participate in the political process.
/r/EverythingScience is the sister subreddit to /r/science. With a broader rule set than /r/science, it is the place for high quality scientific content that doesn't necessarily reference a peer-reviewed paper from the last 6 months.