No matter what kind of science communication you do, you need to have an audience in mind. This episode is going to help you tailor your project to your ideal audience so your scicomm is more impactful.
S2E9: Evaluating success of your engagement with Dr Jamie Gallagher
S2E8: 3 common mistakes to avoid when doing science communication
S2E7: How to share your science without ‘dumbing it down‘
S2E6: How to nail any presentation with Duncan Yellowlees
S2E5: 5 ways to help you save time when creating scicomm content
S2E4: 5 tips for starting to share science on Instagram
S2E3: Finding science stories and turning them into scripts with Maren Hunsberger
S2E2: This is why scientists should start blogging today
S2E1: What I wish I had known before starting science communication
S1E10: Productivity, performing and presenting with Julia Ravey
S1E9: Two easy ways to optimise your science communication content with Michelle Gately
S1E8: Science filmmaking with Dr George Chan
S1E7: Space station scicomm, TikTok and science writing with Erin Winick
S1E6: 7 free tools to help getting started in science communication easier
S1E5: The one thing all science communication needs (and how to create yours)
S1E4: How to get your audience to care about your science
S1E3: What does science communication even look like?
S1E1: Why even bother doing science communication?
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