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There is not going to be a post next week, because I will be on holiday and/or working to prepare for the “Science to SciComm” workbook launch next month. More on that below! If you want something to read in the meantime, here are the five most-viewed posts of the past year.
Most viewed posts of 2017
- Nail art fans use science skills to research diamond cappuccino
- Where do scientists work?
- The science of bath bombs
- Why are so many scientists also musicians?
- Finding science communication jobs
Actually, the post with the most views in 2017 is still one the one that went viral last year. The explanation of the GIF of the walking molecule remains the most popular.
Science to SciComm workbook
The workbook based on the series of posts about transitioning from a research career to full-time science communication is almost done. Launch is planned for mid-January, so stay tuned for updates on that.
To make sure you don’t miss it (and to get a discount code), subscribe to the monthly newsletter. The December issue has already been sent out early, so the next one will be out in late January.
See you next year!