Hurrah! The first episode of SciComm stories is now live! This week we talk to Dr Peter Bickerton, resident poet […]
We’ve now interviewed our first five science communicators, meaning five full episodes are in the pipeline! Thank you to: Peter […]
It’s official. The podcasting directories have accepted SciComm stories and set us loose on the web. This means you can […]
The SciComm Stories website is now live! (Of course it is, how else would you be reading this?) We’re looking […]
A practical guide to communicating science to influence beliefs, behaviours and policies. This highly readable and entertaining book distils best […]
A science communication job board for any and all #scicomm opportunities out there. It’s a closed group but wide-open to […]
The PSCI-COM Mailing List is a forum for discussion of any matter relating to public communication of science and public […]
Ecsite is a European network of science centres and museums established in 1990. They have 350+ members including science centres, museums, […]
The PCST Network seeks to promote new ideas, methods, intellectual and practical questions, and perspectives on the communication of science […]