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Standing out from the crowd

The old adage “it’s not what you know, it’s who you know” is a lie. It’s what you know and who you know that counts. Particularly in research. 762 more words


Essential new tools for bringing presentations, using Keynote or Powerpoint, to a whole other level

Last week, I spend time on Australia’s Gold Coast in Southern Queensland attending my professional society’s Annual Conference. This year, it celebrated 50 years and I was fortunate to be asked to be a member of the Organising Committee. 2,744 more words

Presentation Skills

Growing as a young African Scientist

The National Commission on Research Science and Technology (NCRST) recently held a National symposium. This  was a great opportunity for young upcoming Namibian, African scientists such as myself to share, learn and network.   392 more words

Science Communication

Keep it Simple: Explaining (science) with only the ten hundred most used words

By Alisha John

“So, what do you do for a living?”

It’s a simple question you’ve probably heard more times than you can count, but it isn’t necessarily easy to answer. 619 more words

Science Communication

Neigh chance I'm seeing the dentist - trot on!

I’ve written a wee article for Glasgow science magazine The GIST about the history of equine dentistry and how far it has come in recent years. 25 more words


Science videoblog comp

Got a science story to tell? Make a short video about it and enter RiAus’s Video Blog Competition. They are after creative, inventive and entertaining stories. 41 more words

Science Communication