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Researcher's Guide to the Communication Galaxy

Information, tips and links to help you navigate the vast world of communication.

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.

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.

The powerpoint presentation from the seminar as PDF 

The Altmetrics report for Department of Urban and Rural Development 


Visualise your research

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.




Anni Hoffrén. Foto.



  Anna Maria Wremp. Foto.  

Anni Hoffrén

Communications Officer




Annika Borg

Communications Officer
SLU Swedish Biodiversity Centre






Anna Maria Wremp






Publicerad: 16 november 2022 - Sidansvarig: anni.hoffren@slu.se