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Crastina – the new wave of communicators of science
September – October 2016: “Video & animation months”
Claudia Frick: “Shining a light on the dark art of animation”
”Animation in particular is becoming useful to explain ever more complex and ever more minute features of science.”
A Crastina Column by Claudia Stocker of Vivid Biology, a design studio that visualises complicated scientific subjects in a visually appealing way.
Video & animation – an effective way to engage people
Addendum: as there is so much to explore in the video and animation area, we have decided to extend the theme one month. The forthcoming theme, “Public speaking that leaves a mark”, will be take place in November. /Olle B., 2 October
The use of animation and video to explain science concepts is an effective way to engage people and involve them in the understanding of the scientific processes and our world.
In September, we will offer insight and find inspiration by listening to people who are passionate about using various visual tools in their scientific research.
For The Crastina Crew,
Current stuff from the intersection where science and communication meet – news, announcements and invitations.
Meet the trailblazers and ”the crazy ones” who change the way science and tech is communicated.
People thinking outside the conventions of science and science dissemination, inspiring us to do likewise.
Practical communication stuff, primarily aimed at early career scientists and young scicommers.
Guest posts from good friends in the Crastina network. Please make sure to check out their activities.
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