Thoughts from the British Sci. Assoc. Science Communication Conference – sharing knowledge with new science communicators

I’m writing this on my way back from the British Science Association Science Communication Conference, having had a fun two days meeting other science communicators. There was a good range of topics discussed, from reaching under-served audiences to science comedy to the gap between science communication theory and practice, and Read more…

Sci Cam 010 – 9th March 2014 – Live at the Cambridge Science Festival

A special edition of the online science magazine show broadcast in front of a live audience from the Cambridge Science Centre. Sonja Dunbar explains how plants, bacteria and fungi sometimes get along together. Robin Lamboll, one of the UK finalists of the +famelab Science Communication competition, explains part of the Read more…

Sci Cam 009 – 25th February 2014

Join us each month for our Broadcast Hangout on Google+ (http://is.gd/scicamgplus)  and on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/SciCam).   Disappearing bees, breakthroughs in fusion, and a guide to flying in February’s edition of the live science magazine show! First up was Sonja Dunbar talking about the decrease in the number of bees, colony Read more…

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