Science Communication Resources

31 07 2007

Elizabeth Harp of Colorado State University was kind enough to include Laelaps on a list on internet resources and blogs that non-scientists might make use of. She’s brought together a number of links and other resources from all over the web (mostly ecology-related), and the resources can be found at her page “Communicating Science to the Public.”


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1 08 2007
Oldfart

Now here is a good example of science communication to the public:
How a fake word from The Simpsons ended up in a perfectly cromulent string theory paper

Reading that hurt my brain for hours………………….

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