ScienceX2 is dead, long live Signtific!

The folks at The Institute for the Future have been busy lately and as a result Signtific has been launched replacing ScienceX2! Check this, the about and FAQ pages if it’s new to you or just simply explore.

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4 thoughts on “ScienceX2 is dead, long live Signtific!

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