At 24 Media Labs, we’re in the business of science communications and promoting science in the media. Driven from the perspective of scientists, we’re out to find the best (and worst) ways of communicating science and how, in a new media landscape, you are meant to go about making an impact with your science.
The idea behind Blogs | 24 Media Labs is to highlight great techniques and examples of communicating science in a wired up world. We’ll also share our adventure and experiences as we embark into a new world of science communications where the rule book is being re-written.
Are there topics that you think we should cover? What do you want to see here? Are there questions you’d like answering? Have you had experiences of promoting science in the media? Have you had unexpected successes, weird outcomes or failures in dealing with the press?
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Blogs | 24 Media Labs
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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