Science Communication

Science Communication

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  • Teaching and research are conducted in English at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University, a leader in the effort to internationalize higher education in Japan. | OIST/Ginter From the bustling capital of Tokyo to the remote resort island of Okinawa, Japan's universities...
  • About Workshops | Workshops in Action | Host a Workshop and Logistical Info | Information for Hosts | Beyond the Workshop | Communicating Science Resources Questions? Want to host a workshop? Contact Us This page serves those organizing a AAAS Communicating Science workshop at their institution. A...
  • This fall, the Science Network at the Union of Concerned Scientists is offering three free opportunities for those interested in science communication and policy. These are skills-based workshops tailored for experts and students in the sciences, engineering, economics, and public health who want...
  • Read this story in Spanish . When 2014 AAAS Mass Media Science & Engineering Fellow Ana Aceves gave her editor a list of about eight story ideas on basic science concepts to put on Univision's website, the editor was ready to dismiss one right away. "She said, 'Why is the sky blue? Everyone...
  • For 40 years, AAAS has dispatched science and engineering scholars to top newsrooms for summer reporting jobs, and for the first time, two of this year's 15 fellows will generate Spanish-language news. The Spanish-speaking AAAS Mass Media Science & Engineering Fellows will work for 10 weeks at...
  • An older woman was buried in a hurry in the mid-1800s at Badia Pozzeveri graveyard in Altopascio, Italy. She was entombed in lime, probably to quell infection during an epidemic. Archaeological research at this graveyard was the subject of an award-winning news feature in Science . | Francesco...
  • Journalist Krista Tippett pointed to images captured by NASA's Hubble space craft as an example of scientists "showing, not telling" — a strategy that helps to convey the "drama" of science to a broader public. | NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA) To convey science to a broader...