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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Jury member interview #1: Sam Illingworth, SciCommer and science poet

On Thursday, 18 July, the winners of the Science Haiku Competition 2019 will be announced. In this lightning blog series, we asked our jury members to share their impressions of this year’s entries; stay tuned for more! Dr. Sam Illingworth…
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#BetterPoster: The New Minimalism Act

During the early summer, the concept #BetterPoster made quite a stir on social media of the scientific community. Mike Morrison, Ph.D. student from Michigan got tired of the old "wall-of-text" poster design and introduced a radical new format…

The Art of Expressing Science Through Poetry

Sherry-Ann Brown, MD, Ph.D., is a physician-scientist in the fields of preventive cardiology, cardio-oncology, and heart disease in women. Additionally, she is successful in, and passionate about, expressing science and medicine through poetry.…

Writing Poetry for Engineers - Behind the Scenes

Clayton Grow, currently a business intelligence manager at Time of Grace Ministry, earned his bachelor's degree in Civil engineering and went on to get a master's degree in Business Administration. In 2012, he published his collection of poems,…

The Little Book of Neuroscience Haiku – an educational book about the brain

Dr. Eric Chudler, a neuroscientist from the University of Washington, has been engaged in outreach activities for many years, targeting adults, students, and children. His Little Book of Neuroscience Haiku represents a unique way of conveying…