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.
Winners of 2022 "Share Award"
At this year's Forum for Science Communication, the winners of this year's "Share Award" was announced.
With the "Share Award", attention is drawn to local and regional projects that communicate research.
The Food Heritage Podcast and Science Jam were awarded 2022 honorable mentions.
Here you can also see all contributions received in 2022: https://forumforforskningskommunikation.se/dmd2022/
FOLLOW THE NATIONAL FINAL OF RESEARCHERS' GRAND PRIX 2022 - ONLINE
This year's national final of Researchers' Grand Prix is on the 1st of December 13.00-15.00, and you can follow it online.
Researchers’ Grand Prix is a Swedish competition that has been running annually since 2012. We challenge researchers to present their research in a captivating, inspiring and educational way – but in just four minutes!
The audience and expert judges jointly decide on the winner.
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.