We like to share what we learn, so are developing a collection of advice and information that we hope you’ll find useful if you work or are interested in science communication.

We’d love to know what you think, so if you have any feedback or suggestions for new resources, or to join our mailing list, do e-mail us.

Think-Lab’s Guide to Writing Science for Non-Scientists

We first produced our guide for writing science for non-scientists for Defra way back in 2004, but it has since been updated for GO-Science.  Use it as much as you like – just credit us and GO-Science if it’s good! ­­

Public Understanding of Science: Compiled Bibliography 1992-2011

There is a growing body of knowledge underpinning thinking and practice in science communication. At Think-Lab we are actively engaged in this literature. The PUS journal is a key resource and this compilation of the first 20 years of the Journal’s history, classified by themes, regions and authors, is incredibly useful.

 

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