Written with the Help of AI in Google Docs Science communication is the process of sharing scientific information with the public. It can be done through various channels, including news media, social media, public talks, and educational materials. Science communication is essential for several reasons. First, it helps to build public understanding of science. PeopleContinue reading “Why is Science Communication Important?”
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Homo naledi on its way to Copenhagen?
Homo naledi is a mysterious human relative that lived in South Africa about 300,000 years ago. It had a mix of primitive and modern features, such as a small brain, a human-like foot, and complex social behavior. It also had a unique way of disposing of its dead: it deliberately carried them into a deep,Continue reading “Homo naledi on its way to Copenhagen?”
Did Homo naledi “Bury” their Dead?
The term “Bury” holds many connotations with it, so with this word, are we yet comfortable saying that Homo naledi buried their dead? Read on to find out!
Call for Undergraduate Submissions: Cambridge Journal of Human Behaviour
Dear whomever it may concern, I am writing to you as the Biological Anthropology Outreach Officer of the Cambridge Journal of Human Behaviour. Please may you forward the following to relevant email lists: **** The Cambridge Journal of Human Behaviour is now calling for submissions for its next issue. (Deadline: May 15th, 2023). CJHB isContinue reading “Call for Undergraduate Submissions: Cambridge Journal of Human Behaviour”
Call for Reviewers and Editors—Cambridge Journal of Human Behaviour
Dear whomever it may concern, The Cambridge Journal of Human Behaviour is now calling for reviewers and editors to join the team! CJHB is an interdisciplinary, international journal that publishes the best undergraduate work from a variety of disciplines including psychology, biological and socio-cultural anthropology, and natural sciences. All our reviewers and editors are (andContinue reading “Call for Reviewers and Editors—Cambridge Journal of Human Behaviour”
Graphic Novel Review: Tuki Fight for Fire, and Fight for Family, a Worth While Tale
I was contacted the other day by Boneville publishing, home of artist Jeff Smith, because he had recently come out with the second novel in a new graphic series, dubbed “Tuki: Fight for Fire” (the first one), and the second one being “Tuki: Fight for Family”. Now you might be asking what I have toContinue reading “Graphic Novel Review: Tuki Fight for Fire, and Fight for Family, a Worth While Tale”
Why is Science Communication Important?
What I do, is not the most common thing. To many people, it is not even a worthy pursuit. Some say educating is for the classroom, and for teachers only with credentials in certain fields. And of course, they have their very important place. But due to a severe lack of direction and communication withinContinue reading “Why is Science Communication Important?”
National Association of Science Writers!
I have some very exciting news that I am not only proud, but completely honored to share! This week I applied for membership with the NASW, a prestigious writing association based on Science Literacy and Communication. Not only was I accepted, but within a few days, have been given responsibilities to run their twitter accountContinue reading “National Association of Science Writers!”
Top Nine* Anthropology Podcasts of 2022 (So far…)
*Update* Check out the big news!: Very #exciting #announcement! For some of us, the chase for knowledge is never ending, and the need to learn as much as we can is insatiable. Trust me, I am one of those people, and I understand the importance of balancing modern day life, work, family etc. with academicContinue reading “Top Nine* Anthropology Podcasts of 2022 (So far…)”
So…what is Science Communication and why is it important?
There are many things that are tough to understand in this world, those of us in positions of researching and making the discoveries that cover the headlines, should take some time to actually explain what these things mean…this is SciComm.