What is a pop in science?
Persistent organic pollutants (POPs) are toxic chemicals that adversely affect human health and the environment around the world. Because they can be transported by wind and water, most POPs generated in one country can and do affect people and wildlife far from where they are used and released.
What is popular science summary?
A popular scientific summary is a text written for non-‐experts. It should explain in a simple way and not contain too many long difficult words. The popular scientific summary can be written in Swedish or in English.
How do you write a pop science article?
- Ask the right questions. Begin ordering your ideas by asking yourself the questions: what?
- Structure your article well. Know where you are going.
- Use a catchy title.
- Simplify the content.
- Avoid jargon.
- Use the active voice.
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- What are the types of Popular Science?
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- Is PopSci free?
- When did popular science start?
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