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Connecting Science Communication Research with Action

Below is a curated selection of features from the field of science communication written by collaborators.

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Theory and Best Practices in SciComm Training

Book editor Todd P. Newman writes about his effort to bring together some of the leading practitioners and researchers from around the world in science communication, science education, and journalism to stitch together different perspectives on...

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Foundational Skills for Science Communication

Over the past several years, these authors have worked to collect and categorize the skills and content knowledge underlying effective science communication. Their goal was to present our view of these key skills that apply regardless of audience...

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The Science of Science Communication

The challenge presents itself when it comes to communicating that science. Are there best practices based on scientific evidence that scientists, professional communicators, and the interested public should be following in terms of science communication?...

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Using Empathy to Communicate Science

What factors would you say are most important for effective science communication? Factual information? Surely. Clarity? Absolutely. A two-way conversation? Of course...but how do we facilitate one of those in times where supercharged politics have...

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Aesthetic Communication In SciComm

Science communication is important and requires new methods and approaches in a society that is being rapidly overtaken by social media and consumerism. One key way to make science stand out in a sea of content is to adapt aesthetic design principles...

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Implications for Trainers and the SciComm Community

This culminating conversation focused on previous conversations about scientists' emotional connection to their work, including their willingness to engage, and attitudes toward branding and public perception. Panelists discussed the implications...

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