25 years old!
The quarter-century milestone has prompted a time not just for reflection on the past, but consideration to the future challenges science communication faces in Australia. I’ve had many interesting discussions in the last couple of months about the impacts of media fragmentation, how to engage audiences around new and emerging technologies, or what even the role of science communication is when it comes to averting environmental catastrophe. Over 25 years there have been many ASC presidents, and I’ve reached out to collect some of the thoughts, hopes and fears of our illustrious alumni in response to the question
What are the biggest science communication challenges Australia faces right now and over the next decade?
Over the next couple of months, these will be published as a series on the ASC website, you can read the first in the series from our most recent past president, Craig Cormick, by pressing here.