Each year, approximately 30,000 neuroscientists descend on one U.S. city for 5 days, flying in from all over the world to attend the Society for Neuroscience (SfN) conference. Some come to present posters, while some have been selected to give talks (which range in length from 10 minutes to an hour, and range in attendance […]
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taste of science: a fest to feed your curiosity
posted by Barbara Spencer
I’m a firm believer that science and beer pair well together. Luckily for me, taste of science San Diego highlights the best of both in a week–long festival. As the city coordinator, I’ve worked with an incredible team to create a festival that provides San Diegans a unique opportunity to get a flavor for the […]
The Campus Tour – Let’s Spread the Science
posted by Elena Blanco-Suarez, Ph.D.
Are you a scientist? Are you interested in science communication? Then keep reading! Imagine a scene that might have taken place last week… You were sitting at the table with your relatives, stuffing your face with delicious home-cooked food and chatting about the latest nonsense in the news. Everyone is quite entertained, maybe someone has […]
Getting a scientific message across means taking human nature into account
posted by Rose Hendricks
We humans have collectively accumulated a lot of science knowledge. We’ve developed vaccines that can eradicate some of the most devastating diseases. We’ve engineered bridges and cities and the internet. We’ve created massive metal vehicles that rise tens of thousands of feet and then safely set down on the other side of the globe. And […]
Reflections on #SciComm Boot Camp
posted by Catie Profaci
Communicate. It is part of the scientific process, and yet scientists are notoriously terrible at distilling their work into an understandable form.
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