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.

Coworking Mornings help London SciCommers being more productive

Do you have a hard time finding your focus and motivation when you struggle with your tasks as a communicator of science? Why not do to like Eva Amsen – science writer and communicator from London – and her colleagues: organize some Coworking…

The Jury’s Grand Prize: Joanna Tilsley, biologist and poet

The winner of the Jury’s Grand Prize in the Science Haiku Competition 2019 is a quite experienced poet: Joanna Tilsley from England. She grew up in a literary and artistic family, and took a degree in biological science. “Like William Blake,…

Jury member interview #4: Mala L. Radhakrishnan, chemist and poet

Today, 18 July, the winners of the Science Haiku Competition 2019 were announced. In this lightning blog series, we asked our jury members to share their impressions of this year’s entries. Dr. Mala L. Radhakrishnan holds the title of Associate…
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Jury member interview #3: Joanna Bagniewska, zoologist & scicommer

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. Joanna Bagniewska…
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Jury member interview #2: Bo Cassel, translator

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! Boo Cassel is a…