Learn about the science communication challenges of the Global South (often also referred to as the developing world).
Category Archives: Science Communication
Add Memes to Your SciComm Toolbox
Employ memes to make SciComm more interesting.
SciCommer Interview: Sam Illingworth, PhD
We talked to Dr. Sam Illingworth, a professor and science communications trainer.
Changing the Narratives in Mathematics
It is somehow assumed, and accepted, that mathematics cannot be properly communicated.
SciCommer Interview: Susan Tsang, PhD
We talked to Dr. Susan Tsang, a science communicator working to boost public understanding of bats.
Science Reporting Needs Less Hype, More Analysis
What happens when scientists’ research reports are hyped up in the news?
Can the laws of physics help scientists write better?
Sheeva reviews a new science writing textbook, Subatomic Writing, and also interviews author Jamie Zvirzdin.
Why I Started a SciComm Instagram as a PhD Student
Chandler McElrath discusses why she started her SciComm Instagram, The G-Protein Coupled Researcher.
10 Forms of SciComm for Everyone
There’s a SciComm modality out there for everyone, suiting unique backgrounds, interests, communication preferences, and skills.
Improving Policymaking with Science Communication
Sheeva talks about ways to apply science communication to science policy.