Should scientists communicate with the general public? Dr Danny Kingsley makes a case for speaking out.Scientific articles don’t often feature on beside tables or as bathroom reading…
Urban environments like San Francisco are full of mysterious natural and human-made phenomena. Why are there so many one-footed pigeons? Where does the sewage go? Why is our “summer” in May and September? The Exploratorium is “taking it outside" to explore these and other questions
Jive Media is a science communication company, South Africa. They often use comics to communicate science to diverse audiences. Some of their projects include SKA (Square Kilometre Array telescope, Nanotechnology Public Engagement Programme, Public Understanding of Biotechnology and many more.
Bringing together experienced and successful science communicators from across the academic, commercial and media worlds, this practical guide fills this gap to provide a one-stop resource covering science communication in its many different forms.
Over 70 European policymakers and more than 60 science communicators gathered in Paris, France, to talk science communication policies for European cities and regions. The pairing of science communicators and policymakers comes from the innovative approach of the European FP7-funded project, PLACES