Science Communication 101, 31 March
22 March 2022
Public Engagement - training
This external online course is run by a group of excellent science communicators, and is suitable for those with little or no experience of doing science communication.
New to science communication? This online session will go over the basics of communicating science and is ideal for those who have little to no experience. In this session we’ll cover what science communication is and why we do it, how to tell a story about your work, different science communication formats and how to identify and tailor messages to different audiences. We will also discuss how to find science communication opportunities.
The course is hosted by Sam Langford, Hana Ayoob and Sarah Cosgriff.
The cost is £45.
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