When it comes to getting jobs in research, we need educational credentials; for jobs in science communication, we need to demonstrate experience.
I married in to a family of pilots. One of the perks of this is that once in while they’ll humor me and fly me around so that I can see Southern California from the air; more specifically, I can see the amazing faults and stunning geomorphology of Southern California. Yesterday we flew along theContinue reading “Flying the faults of Southern California”
I’d like to briefly draw attention to part of our recently published Science Communication Training paper called “A Need for a Changing Value System”. Science communicators often fall victim to the “Sagan effect“. People assume that if they do good science communication they must do bad research. (Fake News!) The truth is that, like research,Continue reading “Valuing science communication”