Science in Europe is blog : check it out! It attempts to promote best practices in science communication & dissemination within European Research Area. I am trying to highlight innovative actions, dissemination-oriented projects, and to interview interesting people. I hope you will enjoy it!
Do not hesitate to contact me, or to ask to collaborate to the blog/ weblist, I am pretty open-minded. I am Gilles Grenot, you can find me on twitter as well @ggrenot or directly @scienceInEurope
We're all suffering from the same condition: information overload and filter failure. Yet some people seem to manage the torrent of information more efficiently and effortlessly than others. What's their secret?
I'm a BIG Wikipedia fan. It is one of my favorite sites, our 9 year old twins have spent many hours on the site with me, and I have personally spent a lot of time including Christmas, curating chemistry on Wikipedia. I like what Wikipedia has achieved, have willingly contributed articles...
Victorian VCE students have drifted away from physics and the more difficult maths subjects in the past decade, feeding into growing anxiety about student disengagement and a shortage of specialist teachers.
To what extent might good science coverage improve the lot of the so-called ‘developing’ nations, what practical steps might help achieve this, what are the needs of science writers/journalists in those locations, etc...
I'm at the Science Online conference this week in Raleigh, North Carolina. SciO brings together scientists, bloggers, and journalists to talk about communicating science to the public, how we screw it up, and how we can do it better. You can follow along at the #scio12 hashtag.
This is the premier web portal on the minority postdoctoral experience. We feature resources & events about career advice, professional development, jobs, funding, fellowships, mentoring, and diversité issues.
An informal guide to the inner workings of the media with practical tips about how early career scientists can get involved. Produced by Sense About Science, an independent UK charitable trust promoting good science and evidence in public debates.
#Scio12 day 3: Discussion how they use these tools to encourage science-based conservation policies. Led by David Shiffman (@whysharksmatter) from the University of Miami's RJ Dunlap Marine Conservation Program.