Dr Craig Cormick
Australian Science Communicators
A very big question for science communicators
So here’s a very big question for you: What are science communicators to do, to make a difference, in the face of the rapidly changing and complex environment that we operate in?
Here is a brief picture of the world we are now living […]
This is the official notice of the Australian Science Communicators’ Annual General Meeting, to be held in Sydney on 12 November 2018
The 2018 AGM is an opportunity for members to hear about the year’s events at the national level, and also to have their say about what should happen in the year to come. It […]
Learn about all things drones with drone experts Aaron & Dean from UAVISUALS.com
Drones are definitely here to stay & with the ever-changing landscape of new technology learn how it can not only take amazing photos but how you can use it as a tool for business.
We hope to inform, educate and clarify any questions around […]
By Dr Craig Cormick
Science Communication in China
So how do you do science communication in a country with over a billion people, where there are several different languages, varying rates of general literacy and huge technological and educational gaps between those who live in cities and those who live in remote rural areas?
Having been lucky […]
By Dr Astha Singh
Australia’s largest festival for startups, innovators and entrepreneurs kicks-off this month from 19th Oct – 4th Nov. Spark Festival 2018 has brought along a line-up of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) inspired events with a flair for business and entrepreneurship.
Along with learning about communicating STEM concepts to the wider society, learning […]
Join us for the Tenth Australian Science Communicators Conference (#ASC2018) in Sydney! This is the premier professional development event for those making science, technology and innovation accessible. Actionable presentations and interactive workshops that you can immediately put into practice including a full day of PD workshops.
The conference will run for a full 3 days (Monday-Wednesday) […]
The Victorian branch of Australian Science Communicators recently enjoyed an evening of documentary film and science with a screening of “The Desperate Plight of the Orange-bellied Parrot” followed by a Q&A session.
Members and guests filled the LongPlay cinema in North Fitzroy for pre-film dinner and drinks in the cinema bar. After a short introduction of […]
We need to have a very serious talk about gender
Dr Craig Cormick
President, Australian Science Communicators
Rather than quote lots of facts and figures at you about the problems with portrayal of gender in science communications, I’m going to rely on the super powers of metaphor and talk about the super hero Black Widow. You know the character […]
A Science Communication professional development evening at the Sydney Science Festival – Review by Astha Singh
Nine young and upcoming science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) researchers took over ‘The Lab’ at the Powerhouse Museum (Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences) on 15th August. The agenda was to have conversations with a full house about how […]
Another Bloody Conference?
My wife hears me say that too often during the course of a year when I’ve been invited to attend another conference. And often they involve a lot more travel than I prefer, a lot more preparation that is done for free, and a lot more grumbling about having to miss out on things […]