https://crastina.se/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Skärmavbild-2014-04-18-kl.-11.16.02.png 739 749 Olle Bergman Olle Bergman2014-04-18 09:17:222016-07-27 19:36:22”Don’t write a word unless you have something to contribute”
Marc Bousquet, associate professor of English at Emory University, recently wrote a comment worth considering in The Chronicle of Higher Education: Keep the ‘Research,’ Ditch the ‘Paper’
https://crastina.se/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/19009813-1.jpg 524 800 Norbert Majubu Norbert Majubu2014-03-13 08:54:352016-07-27 19:48:55Getting your motor running: how to start a presentation
Giving momentum. That’s what you are doing when you are start talking to your fellows (or professors …). You are igniting their minds and curiosity just like you ignite your car when you start driving. Now, there are different…
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Here is a word first used by the Noble Prize winner (in Literature) T.S. Eliot which may be of immense use for young science communicators.
https://crastina.se/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/eloquent750.png 563 750 Olle Bergman Olle Bergman2013-11-10 21:36:252016-07-27 22:33:41The 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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Jennifer Raff, science blogger, recently wrote a guide for laymen on how to read and understand a scientific paper. Her purpose deserves a lot of credit but she has a very idealistic view of the behaviour of knowledge seekers outside of science.