The 2017 Science Communication course is almost upon us. This is the sixth year that the course has been offered in the final year Biochemistry and Biology degree programmes and a lot seems to have changed since it started back … Continue reading
The video workshops for 2015 will be held tomorrow. Those of you participating will get a chance to try your hand at making a very short film. To do this well takes skill and practice. Below are listed a couple … Continue reading
In the USA actor Alan Alda (star of M*A*S*H) is one of the great cheerleaders for science, appearing regularly on TV. He may well have something like the status that David Attenborough enjoys on this side of the Atlantic. I … Continue reading
The Science Communication Course, officially a year old now, has just recommenced. Welcome to our new batch of students. We hope you are enjoying your reading material — there are plenty of additional suggestions on Blackboard if you are a … Continue reading
Those of you did the podcasting workshop will be familiar with Geoff Marsh’s audio and video work for Nature. Here is the finished film that I think he mentioned to you during the workshop:
Interesting post from Tim Skellett at Nature’s Soap Box Science blog. Makes the case for the value of good science blogging as a resource for journalists.
This is the article by Martin Robbins that Blake Suttle mentioned in his Outside the Lab session this afternoon. Enjoy. This is a news website article about a scientific finding | Martin Robbins | Science | guardian.co.uk. P.S. Took about … Continue reading