Join us for the next event in our members Q&A series where we will be joined by Joan Leach, Director Director of the Australian National Centre for Public Awareness of Science at the ANU (colloquially known as ‘CPAS’) since January 2016.
CPAS’s research and teaching interests are varied and interdisciplinary- covering science communication, public engagement, policy, […]
I heard my name and the applause started.
As I walked to the front of the room to collect the award there was something I hoped my smile concealed – I felt like a fraud.
Over the previous two years, I’d become increasingly interested in the communication of science. I had started a blog, produced a fun […]
The smell reaches through the air, sits heavy at the back of my throat. I approach the table and look down at the helpless chunks of pale, rotten flesh. Thicker than jelly. We are to eat this creature—the oldest living vertebrate, one that’s swam blindly in the freezing depths for centuries, devouring seals, polar bears, […]
Scientists and science communicators are people who see knowledge as a foundation for actions and behaviours, right? A scientist, planning an experiment, will know all about the latest research in their field to maximise their chance of success. We build new knowledge on the knowledge of others.
But how often will a science communicator or scientist-who-communicates-science […]
I am pleased to announce the recipients of the following ASC Professional Development Grants for 2015 are:
The ASC Professional Development Grant/s were awarded to both Donna Lu and Jaclyn Drake
Donna undertook an online UC Berkeley Writing Course and Jaclyn went to the 2015 Conference of the Australian Science Teachers Association
The Peter Pockley Grant for Professional Development in […]
Thank you to Abbie Thomas for sharing her training experience.
I recently did a two-day course with the generous support of an ASC Professional Development Grant. The course on using Social Media was run by Tim Holt, a social media trainer from Melbourne whose runs the social media company Net101.
Over two days, Tim took us through […]
The Australian Science Communicators National Conference 2014, 2-5 February, Brisbane is only weeks away. So get in quick to claim your spot to attend this premier networking event promising thrills, new skills and (gasp) entertainment! Register now. Continue reading →
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