Another example of questionable practices and odd communication strategy appears to be emerging today. This time it’s all about early stage vaccine research for ‘flu being published in… The Guardian.
The Commons Science and Technology Committee of the UK Parliament has announced it is to conduct a review of Peer Review. We take a look at what they have promised to review and wonder what it might mean for communicating science.
Can blogging about science enhance your career prospects? It depends… according to a new analysis in Science’s Career Magazine.Continue Reading →
Expert guides on science communications now available from Dr Frank Burnet, Emeritus Professor of Science Communications.Continue Reading →
A new blog, Science of Blogging, tells us why and how all scientists should be blogging.Continue Reading →
Sometimes companies make astonishing claims about their products. This week we take a look at one that has got itself in hot water over its wristband, a lack of scientific evidence and inconsistent communications.Continue Reading →
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We're lifting the lid on the world of science communications and trying to understand what can be done to promote science in a wired world with a changing media landscape.
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- ‘Flu vaccine ‘breakthrough’ research published in… The Guardian?
- Peer Review to get reviewed… by MPs
- Blogging science and career prospects: Science Magazine
- Guides on ‘why and how to communicate your research’ now available
- Science of Blogging: New blog tells us why and how all scientists should be blogging
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