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What is my SciComm identity? A guest post for Errant Science: Clutter, a talk about uncreative science article titles, and musings about the future of this site.
There are so many different types of jobs for science graduates: You can find scientists anywhere from classrooms to the space station. Where do scientists work? Everywhere!
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How to move from scientific research to full-time science communication jobs. With downloadable transferable skills worksheet.
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I signed up for Camp NaNoWriMo to encourage myself to finally finish the book proposal I’ve been working on. It will get done!
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The previous two posts in this “science to scicomm” series, with writing tips and ideas for science communication opportunities, were also useful for scientists who just want to find new…