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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.


This Week in Science Communication

A couple of awesome things from the scicomm interwebs we think you'll enjoy.

Infertility: How Big is the Problem?

Infertility is both a personal and a societal issue, but reproductive scientists in the U.S. receive minimal funding from the NIH. PhD candidate Keer Jiang tackles this issue.

The Scientific Method: Do We Need A New Framework?

Is the scientific method a framework that has done more harm than good? Do we need to rethink how we frame our approach to doing science?

Finding the pearls: a practical approach for effective science storytelling

A new science storytelling framework offers practical resources for honing gritty ideas into pearls.

Everyday Environmentalism:

Master's student Paul Mooney follows a DEC employee as he surveys fishermen in Bay Shore, collecting data to support fishing regulations and sustainability on Long Island.

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Film and Media in SciComm

In this podcast episode, Ellice Peck dives into research in the field of science communication on how science is portrayed in the media.