On Friday 15th June 2018 the 3rd London SciComm Symposium took place. As somebody still fairly new to science communication, and eager to learn from our ever-growing community, I was excited to attend. Just like the previous two events, the London Scicomm Symposium offers both the chance to meet the wise, well-established communicators as well … Continue reading Writing on the London Scicomm Symposium – by Charlotte Mykura
The latest meeting of the London Public Engagement Network journal club welcomed a guest member in the form of Dr Emily Dawson, UCL, who joined to discuss her own paper around topics of equity and engaging with diverse audiences related specifically to out-of-school science learning. Dipping into the social sciences gave the group a really interesting … Continue reading Discussing ‘Social justice and out-of-school science learning’
Some people might say science comedy is already pretty niche, but even within this tiny world some patterns have started to emerge... Those patterns reveal themselves in this brilliant blog post "A taxonomy of science comedy" by Scary (Kate Oliver).
Comedy is a great vehicle for science communication, but how do you make a funny? Don't worry, Talent Factory are here for some advice.
So you want to take your SciComm to Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the largest arts festival in the world, but don't know where to start? Luckily help is at hand as Florence Schechter has written a full guide to the planning and logistics of an Edinburgh Fringe SciComm show!