How do we put climate change back on the agenda during a pandemic? Scientists and science communicators helped answer this question during National Science Week.
Myths and conspiracies surround COVID-19 – so, how can scientists cut through the misinformation? A UNSW Sydney medical scientist explains.
UNSW scientist Dr Belinda Liddell is one of five early career researchers who will undertake a two-week media residency at the ABC after being named a winner of the 2018 Top 5 science communication program.
UNSW Professor and Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research) Emma Johnston has won the Emerging Leader Award in The Australian Financial Review 2016 Higher Education Awards.
I like deadlines and deliverables. They punctuate my projects and force me to package my work into consumable chunks that are necessary for sharing and showing my work, writes Kate Patterson.
Researcher, doctor, campaigner and author of best-selling books Bad Science and Bad Pharma Dr Ben Goldacre is the recipient of the 2016 UNSW Scientia Medal for Science Communication.
UNSW has dominated the field of finalists in the 2016 NSW Fresh Science awards, designed to help early career researchers share their stories of discovery.
Stripping away fancy computer generated graphs and oh-so-neat sans-serif fonts and replacing them with homemade visuals can open up whole a new way of engaging with science, writes Kate Patterson.
UNSW has six finalists in the NSW Fresh Science competition that provides training to early career researchers on how best to communicate their science.
If we want a well-informed and science-literate public, then it is important that science is communicated effectively by those who excel at it, writes Michael Kasumovic.