https://crastina.se/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/mediomix-Real-Science-Comm.png 265 630 Pieter Torrez https://crastina.se/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/crastina_logo_web.png Pieter Torrez2016-02-29 10:12:032016-07-28 00:53:18How science communication agencies like Mediomix can enlarge the outreach of your research
Mediomix (www.mediomix.de) helps to improve the outreach of your scientific research. Here, the founder Dennis Fink explains why scientists need to use the services of scicomm agencies. As the sheer amount of scientific research is increasing,…
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It’s time for Darwin Day! On his birthday anniversary, February 12, the father of evolutionary theory is celebrated all over the world.
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Julia Turan, neurobiologist with a passion for science communication, has chosen a special format to present worthwhile science stories: a mailing list.
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Atomic Size Matters (probably) represents the first doctoral thesis ever which is presented in a special comic book version. Veronica Berns, structural chemist from University of Wisconsin-Madison, wanted to make sure that her family and friends understood her research about quasicrystals.
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Vip Sitaraman, bio student from University of Arizona, has stirred up some attention with his project Draw Science – the world’s first open access journal entirely based on visual explanations.
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Canva – a web tool for creating graphics – has a very interesting social media strategy, where they put special Community Outreach Specialists to work.
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We have a product: popular science communication. And we have a market: the public. Can there be a business model that caters for this demand? James O’Henlon, Australian zoologist, raises the question whether exploratory research should be driven by a supply and demand mechanism.