The March for Science: A Day in Pictures

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On Saturday April 22, thousands of people from around the world came together to show their support for science and scientific research by being a part of the very first March for Science.

For his feature “Taking it to the Streets” in the May issue of Endocrine News, senior editor Derek Bagley — along with his photographer wife, Beth — was on the scene in Washington D.C. where throngs of people showed up despite the rainy weather to show their support for science and the funding of scientific research.

In this online exclusive, Endocrine News wants to share some of the photos from that momentous day. As you can see, the weather may have been rainy but it did not dampen the spirits of those who showed up to support science in the U.S. and around the world!

The day started with Endocrine Society members and staff — armed with witty signs — ready to show their support.
A rainy day on the Mall was not stopping these enthusiastic marchers.
That’s Endocrine News senior editor Derek Bagley interviewing Society president Lynnette K. Nieman about the importance of scientific funding around the world.

 

 

Throngs of people were out in the rain, but there were more signs than umbrellas.
Endocrine Society secretary-treasurer Richard Legros, MD, and president Lynnette Nieman, MD, show their support for hormone science.

 

Everyone’s favorites from Muppet Labs, Beaker and Dr. Bunsen Honeydew are avid supporters of science, especially experimental science.

 

Even a T-Rex with his lab partner got into the act!

 

The rain kept coming … but so did the marchers!

 

This is a truth that all of our journal editors, reviewers, and authors know very well!

 

Another line of marchers, another set of witty signs.

 

Endocrine Society’s Jessica Harris from the Government and Public Affairs Department gives a shout out to science AND Futurama!
She’s right; despite the talk of future colonies on Mars, Earth is our only home. Science can help protect and improve it.

 

One of the many passionate marchers.
The Endocrine Society’s Richard Legros with members of TASSA (Turkish American Scientists and Scholars Association). A fist bump for science!

 

The Endocrine Society’s chief innovation officer Rob Bartel (left) showing his support for the National Institutes of Health.

 

Even a grandmother showed her support for science and her granddaughters with type 1 diabetes.

All Photos by Beth Bagley.

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