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!
Want to create your own science podcast but aren’t sure where to start? Dr Elodie Chabrol shares her brilliant collection of tips and tricks to help you get your podcast off the ground and into the ears of science fans around the world…
The global Pint of Science scicomm festival returns this month (9-11 May), with science talks and workshops taking place in pubs, cafes and informal spaces in over 500 cities around the world. We spoke to three UK volunteers plus international director Elodie Chabrol to find out why they got involved with Pint of Science.
The Hello Bio blog is five years old and we’re celebrating by taking a look back at our ten most popular articles of all-time! From fun science memes to PhD productivity… these are the most viewed blogs from our first five years of online publishing!
After being told she didn't write like a "typical scientist", Dr. Lucka Bibic set out on a mission to adapt her writing style while maintaining her passion for poetic prose. In this wonderful guest article, Lucka explains why you don’t need to sound like a typical scientist in order to be one...
With COVID-19 restrictions continuing and in-person conferences still on hold, it seems that virtual presentations will be the norm for some time to come. Here, Sophie Prosolek shares valuable tips on how to share scientific research via Zoom effectively.