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'Water Lives...' at the UK Green Film Festival

‘Water Lives…’, the freshwater science communication animation produced for the EU BioFresh project in 2012 has been selected for this year’s UK Green Film Festival… 175 more words

BioFresh

Evolution education: is our aim knowledge, understanding, or belief?

Note: I have joined the “virtual class” component of Dan Kahan‘s Science of Science Communication course at Yale University. As part of this I am endeavoring to write a response paper in reaction to each week’s set of readings. 2,319 more words

Science Communication

Sex, Lies and Nectar: Evolutionary Biology as Written by Flowers

I spoke to the Canberra Skeptics group earlier this week, on a subject most near to my heart. The abstract appears below. It is my aim to soon turn elements of this into a video for online audiences. 146 more words

Research

Best ever rationale for acting on climate change

I came across this video a couple of years ago and now that I have a blog I thought I would share it in case you hadn’t seen it. 130 more words

Science

Synthetic Biology: Predicting Public Opinion

Note: I have joined the “virtual class” component of Dan Kahan‘s Science of Science Communication course at Yale University. As part of this I am endeavoring to write a response paper in reaction to each week’s set of readings. 2,247 more words

Science Communication

Rolling back malaria: A journey through space and time

On Friday the winners of the Access to Understanding competition were announced at an event celebrating communication of scientific research. Aimed at PhD students and early-career postdoctoral researchers, the competition challenged entrants to take a cutting-edge research paper and explain it to a non-specialist audience, covering what the research entailed and why it of importance. 913 more words

Science Communication

First Ventures into Science Communication-ComSciCon Day 2

The first day of ComSciCon-Triangle 2015, a science communication workshop for graduate students, was amazing. The speakers were engaging and inspiring, and my fellow participants created a supportive and encouraging atmosphere. 675 more words

Science Communication