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Soapbox Science 2015 Bringing Science to the People

Last week I volunteered at Soapbox Science London 2015. I really enjoyed the experience and would totally recommend it to other scientists.

This outreach event was held along the Southbank London, we were so lucky with the weather (sunshine really does help enthusiasm). 435 more words

Science Communication

Turning Brain Drain into Brain Circulation

My post for the Crastina Column

For many years Poland has experienced human capital flight, or “brain drain”. But this process is slowly becoming balanced by ”returnees”. 498 more words

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Seeing Further on the High Plains

Every time I visit my native Colorado from my current home in Syracuse
I am amazed at how far you can see across the landscape. Something… 329 more words

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Communication is key - Science doesn't have to be boring!

In the digital age today, we have access to almost any and every piece of information out there…So why not exploit  this very important tool to promote science and research? 87 more words

Science Communication

Why research findings should be communicated

To think that “what happens in the lab, stays in the lab” can be a bad thing.  Research shouldn’t be kept secret.  New knowledge should be shared to the outside world.  74 more words

Science Communication

Why is tea research important?

As a researcher I feel it is important for scientific communication to take place. This is a platform to carry this out. Firstly my research would not have been possible without you (the tax payer). 182 more words

Camellia Sinensis

Science Communication

Many a time, scientists communicate there research finding through traditional routes of formal journal publications and conference proceedings. However the use of social media in communicating our scientific results has not been fully explored. 33 more words

Science Communication