Long and short interviews with communicators in the field of science and science dissemination, some of them talented and prominent, some of them just talented–but they all have important things to tell us.

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How to succeed in interviews—some reflections by an experienced expert reviewer

To succeed in interviews, you need to show genuine interest, stay present in the moment and demonstrate your self-awareness. Professor Helena Jernberg Wiklund shares some of her experience .
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Combining science promotion & data collection

Each year, the Swedish organisation VA organises a public mass experiment—an activity that combines science promotion among school children with data collection. Hence, last fall 10 000 Swedish pupils documented the changes to the autum leaves of trees all over Sweden.

Open Notebook Science – the Carl Boettiger Interview

Carl Boettiger, a pioneer of the Open Notebook Science movement, shares some reflections and gives some advice to those who want to join in.
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Symphony of Science inspires both scientists and laymen

If you haven't discovered Symphony of Science before you have surely some great YouTube moments before you. This science, music and video project by John Boswell, an electronic musician from Wasthington, is a stunning source of inspiration for scientists and laymen alike.

The Eloquent Science Interview

A major source of inspiration for Scientia Crastina is Eloquent Science which is both a book and a blog—together they are compulsory reading for the early career scientist interested in modern communication. Scientia Crastina sent some…
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Elisa D’Arcangelo, SSRA Gold medalist: ”Tell your story and don't fluff it up to much”

”Sincerity is appreciated in science!” says Elisa D’Arcangelo, winner of the Student Summer Research Awards (SSRA) Gold medal at University College Dublin.