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Discover more about how to craft and apply storytelling skills to communicate your research

Discover what elements of storytelling and narrative can be used to enhance a profession in the sciences.

Craft compelling and moving stories from your experiences as a scientist using these key story elements: character, conflict, structure, metaphor and description.

Apply these storytelling and narrative skills to working in the sciences: communicating research to a range of audiences (including publics, media and funding bodies); enhancing presentation skills; telling scientific stories across a range of media.

Robert Holtom is a professional storyteller and consultant who has worked with a range of organisations to help them refine and hone their stories for a variety of audiences.

 

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