In this comic, Gaius uses art to explain why you don't need to worry about virus particles that are sitting on a surface multiplying on their own.
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Learn about using pop culture to communicate science. Arun Richard has used pop culture in his own scientific articles and believes others should try it, too.
‘Let’s make a Kickstarter for this massively ambitious and collaborative science communication project, how hard can it be?!’ This is what we thought 5 months ago when we had the idea to make a science anthology comic in collaboration with a group of cool science artists. Now we are partway through the Kickstarter campaign
In this series of blog posts, learn about science communicators' career paths, their favorite SciComm projects, and why they participate in SciComm. There's also some advice for aspiring SciCommers! Meet Lori Palen, a research communication enthusiast!
For this month's challenge, share a lesser-known example of a science communication, public engagement or knowledge production activity from your local, indigenous or cultural surroundings!
In this series of blog posts, we spotlight some amazing artists who have helped bring our Lifeology SciComm Program courses to life. Meet Matteo Farinella!