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.
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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!
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.