A follow up to our presentation guide, this guide is about something else close to our heart: posters.Continue reading “A scientist’s guide to making posters”
We love making posters and presentations, but apparently that’s not the case for everyone. (Weird, right?!) We made a guide to share our enthusiasm for the visual side of science. And now we’re posting it here! Hope it’s useful!Continue reading “A scientist’s guide to making presentations”
Look. We don’t write posts like this often. Or ever, really. But the kettle’s gone off now and it’s time to make tea.
Way back in August 2017 when we hosted the IAmSciComm account, I said something that struck a nerve and generated some discussion… that the word storytelling and science don’t play well together. Hardly the first time this conversation was had on Twitter! Case in point, it happened again this weekend. And I still have thoughts. So here they are!
This week we were in San Francisco for the Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB) meeting! If you’re interested in some choice scientific highlights, have a peek at our moment on Twitter. Continue reading “Science through narrative symposium”
IT’S DECEMBER! And it’s snowing (here at least, anyway)!!!! Continue reading “T’is the season, here are some cards”
September 4th, 2017 is National Wildlife Day! Continue reading “Happy National Wildlife Day!”
We had the very great pleasure of hosting the @IAmSciComm Twitter account on August 21-26. What a rush! Continue reading “25 Tips for science communicators”