Science communication is reaching out to a wide range of audience groups - and your ability to distill complex findings into useable information, without oversimplification, is essential for your content to engage these audiences.
Plans for effective research communication are now required in many research proposals, and universities who aren’t communicating their research effectively might miss out on government research funding and top spots in university rankings.
Latest Newsletter from ScienceCommunication@LTV
Read the latest Newsletter from the communication team at LTV Faculty - lots of hot tips and valuable information!
PARTICIPATE IN LÅNA EN FORSKARE 2023
LÅNA EN FORSKARE ("BORROW A RESEARCHER") is part of ForskarFredag (The Swedish Researchers' Night), and is arranged every year by Vetenskap
& Allmänhet. (VA - PUBLIC AND SCIENCE). It provides an opportunity to communicate your research in an easy and much appreciated way.
Last spring, over 140 classes borrowed a researcher, and on the 25th-28th of September you are given a chance to participate.
Read more about LÅNA EN FORSKARE and how you apply (In Swedish Only).
Making an Impact Course
Break out of the “science bubble”! Here is a step-by-step introduction to communicating your science outside of academia.
In 6 short lessons you're introduced to some practical and easy strategies to get the word out about your research and make an impact.
Find out who's talking about your work - with the help of Altmetrics
Lunch seminar with Daniel Albertsson, from SLU Library, held on the 21st of March.
Visualise your research
Workshop with Azote Communications Agency on how to visualise/illustrate research, held 15th of March.
The SciComm Toolkit Podcast
The podcast for scientists to get all the tools they need to communicate their science with confidence.
Dr Soph Milbourne - molecular biologist, science communicator and digital media creator - presents all you need to bring your science stories to life.
How to pitch your research to a journalist
Science journalist Benj Plackett gives the top four techniques for how to break through the noise in a journalist’s inbox.