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The Science Media Centre's Fiona Fox on Scientists Engaging with the Press

The Science Media Centre's Fiona Fox on Scientists Engaging with the Press

Established in 2002 by Fiona Fox, the Science Media Centre, was set up to act as a bridge between journalists and the science community in the UK. In this episode of the Research Comms podcast Fiona Fox talks about the early days of the SMC, as well as reflecting on how things have changed in the seventeen years since it started, on the impact of digital technology on science journalism, and on the dangers of scientists retreating to their ivory towers.

Dr Kat Arney on Podcasts, Science Storytelling and more...

Dr Kat Arney on Podcasts, Science Storytelling and more...

Kat Arney is an award-winning science writer, author, presenter, broadcaster, podcaster and public speaker. In this episode of Research Comms she shares her scicomm experiences and talks frankly about some of the big issues facing the science communication sector.

Oxford Sparks Digital's Michaela Livingstone-Banks on Digital Science Communication

Oxford Sparks Digital's Michaela Livingstone-Banks on Digital Science Communication

Oxford Sparks is Oxford University’s multi-faceted digital engagement platform which communicates the university’s latest scientific research with the public. In charge of the programme is Michaela Livingstone Banks who is this week’s podcast guest.

Research Comms Podcast S1 Ep1: Science Poet, Sam Illingworth

Research Comms Podcast S1 Ep1: Science Poet, Sam Illingworth

Today I'm launching a brand new podcast all about digital research communications. This first episode is an interview with science communication expert Sam Illingworth who explains how to make the most out of the digital tools available to research communicators. As well as reading one of his fantastic science poems!