The Science Minister, David Willetts, blogs in today's Guardian about the challenges for science writing in a world increasingly dominated by online media . He richly articulates the terms of an interesting debate and seems to convey genuine interest in the subject and a sincere wish to hear views. We must give the Online Media … Continue reading Willetts looks for the OMG factor in online science communication
To find out which AMRC member charities collected the prizes at our Science Communication Awards event last night please go to our website. Congratulations to them all on behalf of AMRC, our excellent judges and sponsors! And time permits me to also briefly mention the review which has appeared on BioNews of our stem cell … Continue reading And the prize goes to..AMRC announces 2011 Science Communication Award winners
So we are a few days into National Science and Engineering week which lasts until the 20th March. The theme of this year's week is 'Communications.' Yesterday afternoon I had the good fortune of seeing one of the performances of 'Mind the Gap' being put on this week at the Royal Albert Hall (RAH) by … Continue reading Communication is all you need….