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This Week in Science Communication

Science journalism is shrinking - along with public trust in science.

Ira Flatow talks about the current state of science journalism with science journalists and authors Deborah Blum and Sabrina Imbler. Listen to their conversation.


Discover and compare public engagement training programs across the U.S.

With help from the Lasker Foundation and Research!America, civic science fellow Fanuel Muindi developed an interactive public engagement training dashboard. Learn more.


The social science frameworks used in marketing can help to shape our science communication efforts. 

Thinking about scicomm from a branding perspective can influence the way others view our communication efforts, according to a recent paper published in JCOM. Read the published paper or an easy to digest summary.

Ellice Wallace

Ellice is the Alda Center's science communication specialist and holds a Master's degree in science communication.

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