I’ll start with a question to YOU the public: How can scientists improve how they communicate their research with you? . From Part One of ‘How YOU can read a scientific paper’, you should now know what a scientific paper is, why they exist and what parts they are made up of! I also set you a […]Read More How YOU can read a scientific paper. Part Two.
Every so often on the news, you will read or hear the words ‘Scientists have discovered…’ or ‘a group from [insert country here] have reported this effect with their new cancer drug’ for example. But have you ever thought – where do all these science headlines come from? The answer. The scientific paper. . Now […]Read More How YOU can read a scientific paper. Part One.
Hello science lovers! I am back 🙂 But firstly I want to say a HUGE thank you to my awesome guest bloggers Heidi G, Bri L, Alice G and Laura M for holding down the Soph talks science fort whilst I was away on holiday. If you missed their blogs, then please do catch up on them – they are so […]Read More PhDLife. How to get your focus back.
I know I must seem like I go on and on about the awesome scicomm community that inspired me to properly get stuck into and properly committed to my Soph talks science blog – I must say it every time I write one of these posts! But I come across new and inspiring male and […]Read More Scientist in the Spotlight. Sasha W.