Scicomm expert Dr Renaud Pourpre is a ‘science storyteller’ who is passionate about sharing STEM research in innovative ways. In this article, he shares his journey into creative scicomm and offers advice for those hoping to follow in his footsteps.
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Being involved in science communication is not only great for your professional development, it also raises the profile and credibility of science research as a whole. In this guide, we look at the key qualities needed for effective scicomm, and share top tips from professionals who know exactly what it takes to get your message out there and become a great science communicator!
For life science professionals, LinkedIn is one of the best online spaces for networking, and a great way to stay connected with the right people is by joining specialist groups on LinkedIn. We’ve picked out ten great science groups that are packed with helpful content to boost your STEM career opportunities…
Our Podcasts by Scientists series is back, and we’re shining a spotlight on Sussex University’s BrainCast podcast! In this interview, we spoke to Alice Cox of the Sussex Neuroscience Society to learn more about the student team behind the podcast and their plans for future episodes!
This week was Children’s Book Week and we were delighted to chat with science communicator and author Dr Emily Grossman for our Interviews with Scientists series! She told us all about her passion for scicomm and why we must reject outdated stereotypes when engaging children with science…
Are you a fan of Instagram? Which science accounts do you love to follow? We’ve chosen ten of our favourite Instagram scientists who are using their channels to support PhD students, amplify minority voices, and share great science with the world!
Looking for ways to improve your science communication skills? This year's Science Talk conference has lots to offer and can help you learn new skills or build on existing ones. We spoke to co-founder Allison Coffin & volunteer Owen Phillips who told us more about the event and why effective scicomm skills are so important in today's world.
In the next in our Podcasts by Scientists series, we’re shining the spotlight on The Lonely Pipette! We speak to hosts Renaud and Jonathan to find out more about their brilliant podcast which helps scientists ‘do better science’.
In the next in our Podcasts by Scientists series, we’re shining the spotlight on The Struggling Scientists! Find out all about the popular podcast that highlights the challenges faced by scientists today, and provides tips and tricks for PhD students…
So you’ve been asked to help organize your institute or organization’s next science conference, but you’re a scientist - not an event planner! So where do you begin? Whether you are organizing a half day local symposium or a week long international event, this guide is a great place to start, with lots of detailed advice to help bring your science event to life!