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Trip Update - 2 Weeks Down, 5 to Go!

The last two weeks had passed more quickly than 14 days has ever passed in my life. On January 5th I started my Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Fellowship adventures in Toronto, Canada, I then headed to New York City, and now I’m in Manchester, New Hampshire – I figure it’s time for an update. 829 more words

Science Communication

Book review – Don't Be Such a Scientist: Talking Substance in an Age of Style (Second Edition)

Science is fascinating but it has one problem. Scientists. Don’t get me wrong, I admire you all for your endless curiosity, dedication, and hard work. But you have to admit, most scientists are not very good at talking about their work. 1,282 more words

Book Review

Why did the elephant eat the crop?

I am pretty sure you all must have come across several articles on how elephants are being found in agricultural farms and settlements and how this is leading to a lot of uneasiness amongst the local communities.  530 more words


Preferring inductive over deductive reasoning makes science communication more effective

Outside their speciality, scientists need inductive communication from their colleagues

Scientists are, all too often, notoriously bad communicators. Why is this? These are intelligent and thoughtful people, who consider carefully and think deeply about what they do. 651 more words

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Provare Media

My film partner and I are excited to launch the website for our production company: Provare Media!  As scientists-turned-filmmakers, we specialize in succinctly and impactfully communicating complex scientific topics.   14 more words


NCAR - Education and Outreach During RELÁMPAGO

Interacting with local students and communities in Argentina during the RELÁMPAGO field campaign was a huge focus.  Learn about these efforts with this new short video I produced for NCAR!