NYC Science Communication Newsletter-2 May 2017
By Zhaohui Yang
Interested in blogging at NYC Science Communication but no idea where to start? We provide this detailed guide for you to launch your blogs and develop your professional identity as a science communicator.
Check out the complete guidelines HERE.
More info on blog submission can be found HERE.
- Newton was a Scientist-but is Hollywood Brave Enough to Show that? by Leo Bear-McGuinnes, April 21, 2017 “#Distractinglysexy”, A Year Later by Julija Hmeliak, February 24, 2017
- The Bacterium and the Worm: a New Model for Studying How Microbes Affect Disease by Monika Buczek, January 27, 2017
- Resources & Benefits
Looking for THE ONE for yourself from tons of online workshops or writing classes? Check out NYC SciComm Resources Platform and uncover HERE.
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NYC SciComm is looking to recruit an enthusiastic, efficient, and innovative individual for the position of President. This leadership role will provide you with networking, mentoring, and professional development opportunities. More details HERE.
Editor: Yue Liu
Contributors: Rania Naoum, Jaclyn Kubala