De-Jargonification of Scientific Explications (AKA How to Say Stuff More Simply)
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De-Jargonification of Scientific Explications (AKA How to Say Stuff More Simply)

Scientific writing is notoriously full of jargon. Jargon includes technical terms that are specific to a certain discipline, or sometimes it can be everyday words that mean something different in science than they do in normal life. Jargon has its place — it can help scientists be very precise when communicating with each other. But … Continue reading

Podcast Ep 13. Communicating About Science with ‘Lab Girl’ Author Hope Jahren
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Podcast Ep 13. Communicating About Science with ‘Lab Girl’ Author Hope Jahren

Dr. Hope Jahren is a geobiologist who studies fossil organisms and the global environment, and is also the New York Times-bestelling author of the memoir Lab Girl. In this episode of the podcast, we interview Dr. Jahren about communicating science with the public, the joys and challenges of writing academic articles, and her thoughts on … Continue reading

Let’s Talk About Responsible Science Communication…
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Let’s Talk About Responsible Science Communication…

I am a TED enthusiast. TED is an organization that describes itself as a “nonpartisan nonprofit devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks.” Chances are you’ve seen a TED talk at some point – maybe Meg Jay‘s advice for 20-somethings or Bryan Stevenson’s talk about the issues in our criminal justice system? They … Continue reading