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#SCICOMM 101: The killer keynote

Attending two conferences late last year back to back – one devoted to science communication, the other on ecological restoration, has given me plenty to think about. 961 more words


Chapter 2B: Nanaimo, BC

Our second stop on the tour was in the city of Nanaimo. Yes, home to the delicious Nanaimo bar. Besides munching on these delicious treats, we spent our days connecting with the students at Cedar Community Secondary School which only recently re-opened. 471 more words


Discussion-Black Logic

Greetings earthlings! :)

It had been my intention to discuss another topic today, however, after reading this article in the Irish Independent yesterday, I felt the need to postpone: 652 more words

Autism Awareness

16th January 2017 - Patrick Hennessey, Queen Mary University

My name is Patrick Hennessey; I am a young zoologist from Essex, England. For as long as I can remember I have been interested in animals, but my real passion for animals began when I was ten, when I was first introduced to snakes. 334 more words


India should show sustained commitment to science: Venkatraman Ramakrishnan

In an hour-long interview, Nobel Laureate Prof. Venkatraman Ramakrishnan, President of the Royal Society, who called the Indian Science Congress a “circus”, discussed the implications of some of the Indian government policies on science and technology. 1,924 more words


Nuts & Bolts of Science Writing, Pune

I will be conducting a workshop on Scientific Writing in Venture Centre, NCL Innovation Park in Pune from 13-18 Feb 2017. The workshop will focus on building the capacities of PhDs, Post Docs and early career scientists for writing better scientific papers, project reports and grant proposals. 118 more words