YouTube is becoming the test tube of science comms – here’s 27 examples worth viewing @OfficialNIHR

The rise of YouTube is something to behold. In last week's Sunday Times - under the headline of 'From YouTube to our tube' - Youtube's CEO Susan Wojcicki talked at length about how she wants the company to become the world's most important broadcaster.  And if life in my household is anything to go by then... Continue Reading →

Vote in the People’s Choice Award for best plain English summary of a science paper #A2Ucomp

I am delighted to announce that, as part of the Europe PubMed Central/British Library Access to Understanding competition, we are asking the public to vote in a People's Choice award for the best summary of a scientific paper written for a public audience. The 10 best summaries out of a field of hundreds has already been selected by myself... Continue Reading →

Prof Dame Sally Davies (CMO) talks about science communications, the media and public involvement

Rather than just tweet this as a link, I thought some background was needed. This is a ten minute extract of a much longer interview I did with Professor Sally Davies, Chief Medical Officer and Chief Scientific Officer at the Department of Health. The interview came at the beginning of a two-day NIHR training camp... Continue Reading →

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