Listen: Science communication made simple podcast from Nature Careers
26 May 2020
Public Engagement - training Training and development
The Working Scientist Podcast from Nature Careers discusses the craft of clear storytelling and science writing with seasoned communicators and journalists.
In a world currently facing an unparalleled health crisis, the need for clear science communication has never been greater. Explaining complex ideas in a concise manner does not come naturally to everyone, but there are some simple rules you can follow.
In the opening episode of this six-part series about science communication, Pakinam Amer discusses the craft of clear storytelling and science writing with seasoned communicators and journalists.
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