Throughout the readings we have explored the challenges of creating credible, trustworthy science.

 Even as we look at modern science, which arguably has strong practices to protect the credibility of science, like peer review, maintaining trust in the findings of scientists can at times be challenging.

 Based on readings from this week, 

what would you say are the aspects of modern science of the last 100 years that can contribute to uncertainty about the trustworthiness of science either among other scientists or among wider publics?