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INDO-U.S. Science & Technology Forum Catalyzing over the years…

INDO-U.S. Science & Technology Forum Catalyzing over the years…

INDO-U.S. Science & Technology Forum Catalyzing over the years…. Dr. Nishritha Bopana Science Officer nbopana@indousstf.org. History of INDO - US S & T Cooperation. 1950’s Green Revolution with PL 480 Fund Establishment of Land Grant Colleges

By dong
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OCN 750 – January 16 Networking & Science Communication

OCN 750 – January 16 Networking & Science Communication

OCN 750 – January 16 Networking & Science Communication. Business cards in grad school: Why you need them. "Piled Higher and Deeper" by Jorge Cham. Today’s Overview. Housekeeping/Announcements Networking Science communication Upcoming assignments Reflection.

By thao
(123 views)

Outreach Communications

Outreach Communications

Outreach Communications. OCN 750: Class Project . Why is science communication important?. U.S. currently ranked 25 th in math, and 17 th in science among developed nations Encourage more students into math and science careers

By nicki
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Outline

Outline

The Children’s University as Learning Broker: Towards a child centred approach through validating the learning, not the learner. Pete Jones Director, Shropshire CU Ltd pete.jones@shropshirecu.co.uk Plenary Paper Truth or Dare? Dilemmas in science communication with children

By lisle
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Watch in slide show mode to observe (modest) animation. Download paper here .

Watch in slide show mode to observe (modest) animation. Download paper here .

Watch in slide show mode to observe (modest) animation. Download paper here . www.culturalcognition.net. A Two-Channel Strategy ( Model! ) of Science Communication. What am I talking about? . . . Cultural cognition & the Science Communication Problem Two-Channel Communication Strategy

By duff
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Community Engagement in Clinical Research.

Community Engagement in Clinical Research.

Community Engagement in Clinical Research. Elvis A.K.A Moyo. Definition. CE is a process whereby an organization strive to build a good relationship with communities where it operates/impacts. Longtime practice.

By urania
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How to measure the impacts of science communication ?

How to measure the impacts of science communication ?

Agnes Allansdottir agneseir@gmail.com. How to measure the impacts of science communication ?. What do we mean by Science communication ?. Hmmm , what do we actually mean by communication ? . Diversi punti di vista della psicologia sulla comunicazione. L’ottica psicanalitica

By osanna
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Science Communication – Why?

Science Communication – Why?

Science Communication – Why?. The full potential of I&M information will be realized when findings are interpreted and communicated with the public, creating understanding and advocacy for National Parks. We Hear You – This is Really Important!. Comments from Network Reviews.

By ronna
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10 Years and Ahead…

10 Years and Ahead…

10 Years and Ahead…. www.bic.org.my. Activities in 2010:. International Workshop for Islamic Scholars, 1-2 Dec, Penang Seminar on Agribiotech: The African Perspective, 29 Nov, UM Lecture Series with Taylor’s University, 29 Sept MyBio Carnival 2010, 25 Sept – 2 Oct, PSN

By spence
(88 views)

Engaging the South African public on Biotechnology

Engaging the South African public on Biotechnology

Engaging the South African public on Biotechnology. PUB: Strategic operating context. PUB, one of six “Biotechnology Instruments” in South Africa…. Gov Depts. NRF. SAASTA. NBN. Cape Biotech. EcoBio. Plant Bio. Biopad. Investors End users Public & public opinion.

By lev
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Science Communication – Why?

Science Communication – Why?

Science Communication – Why?. The full potential of I&M information will be realized when findings are interpreted and communicated with the public, creating understanding and advocacy for National Parks. We Hear You – This is Really Important!. Comments from Network Reviews.

By mada
(106 views)

Science Communication Capacity Building needs for Pacific Non Government Organisations

Science Communication Capacity Building needs for Pacific Non Government Organisations

Science Communication Capacity Building needs for Pacific Non Government Organisations. Lawrie Kirk kirkfam2@ozemail.com.au. What does my research have in common with this fish?.

By jamil
(127 views)

EFFECTIVE SCIENTIFIC WRITING, PUBLISHING AND COMMUNICATION COURSE

EFFECTIVE SCIENTIFIC WRITING, PUBLISHING AND COMMUNICATION COURSE

EFFECTIVE SCIENTIFIC WRITING, PUBLISHING AND COMMUNICATION COURSE. Rationale The cornerstone of the philosophy of science is based on the fundamental assumption that original research must be published

By rock
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Peter C. Doherty, University of Melbourne, and St Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Memphis TN.

Peter C. Doherty, University of Melbourne, and St Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Memphis TN.

SCIENCE AND THE HUMAN FUTURE. Peter C. Doherty, University of Melbourne, and St Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Memphis TN. Professor Sir Walter Murdoch (1874- 1970) literary academic, essayist, and a gentle, public intellectual. His was a very different world.

By reina
(149 views)

Careers in the Life Sciences

Careers in the Life Sciences

Careers in the Life Sciences. D. L. Nelson September 2012. General Career Categories. Medicine /Vet Medicine/Dentistry Research (Basic, Applied )  Science Communication  Science Education  Science and Business/Law  Science and Public Service  Science and Natural Resources

By satya
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kcl.ac.uk/ schools/pse/bioinform/ christos.ouzounis@ kcl.ac.uk

kcl.ac.uk/ schools/pse/bioinform/ christos.ouzounis@ kcl.ac.uk

artistic value in scientific results, a means for science communication creative king’s 10-mar-2009. http://www.kcl.ac.uk/ schools/pse/bioinform/ christos.ouzounis@ kcl.ac.uk. structure. BIOLOGY & BIOINFORMATICS visualization & interpretation of scientific results

By deiondre
(138 views)

Non-Traditional methods of Science Communication: think globally act locally

Non-Traditional methods of Science Communication: think globally act locally

Non-Traditional methods of Science Communication: think globally act locally. Chairperson : Julia Tagüeña (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México) Bill Booth (Exploratorium) Alan Draeger (the American Museum of Natural History) Serif Kaynar ( Turkey Science Center s Foundation )

By mikel
(100 views)

Visualization

Visualization

Andrew Frank CMNS 801. Visualization. Agenda. Introduction to visualization Why visual science communication matters Representing Climate Change futures Ethical considerations & methods in the literature Actual visualization study Antelope Brush Grasslands case study & questions.

By gore
(111 views)

Prof. Péter Csermely Semmelweis University Budapest, Hungary

Prof. Péter Csermely Semmelweis University Budapest, Hungary

Prof. Péter Csermely Semmelweis University Budapest, Hungary. Science communication networks. www.nyex.info www.weaklink.sote.hu csermelypeter@yahoo.com. Science communication networks. networks AND (science) communication networks OF (science) communication. global communication.

By joshua
(107 views)

Dr Stuart Allan stuart.allan@manchester.ac.uk

Dr Stuart Allan stuart.allan@manchester.ac.uk

Engaging Experiences. Faculty of Life Sciences. Dr Stuart Allan stuart.allan@manchester.ac.uk. manchester.ac.uk/lifesciences. Why do I engage?. Enjoyable & rewarding Moral obligation Seen as increasingly important Funding bodies Learned societies Universities Public opinion

By idalee
(177 views)

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