Science Communication

What is science communications? Science communication is the practice of informing and educating others on science-related topics. This can have important implications in society as science based evidence should be used to make public decisions when possible.

Browse some resources we’ve compiled below to learn more about science communication and how you can be part of science communications.




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Of course, there are also local opportunities at your own universities (e.g. writing a science-related article for your university’s paper or doing a radio show at your local station) and it’s never too early to try to submit pitches to larger institutions such as CBC, The Globe and Mail, etc. 

This page’s resources were based on a blog written by Farah. Check out the original page here.