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🔬Samantha Yammine, PhD (aka Science Sam) Feb 22
As we professionalize science communication in Canada & the US, we need to ensure it doesn’t lead to gate-keeping for who can communicate science. We don’t want to draw boundaries that de-value folx who may not have access to formal training nor fancy titles. - panel
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Royal Canadian Institute for Science Feb 27
What was all that chat about 'legitimizing the field'? 🤔 We've got an award for that... Last week to submit your nominations for the 2020 Sandford Fleming Medal for Excellence in ! Details here: but feel free to contact us to chat more.
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Andy Forest Feb 21
What does success in look like? My answer is this picture - a young girl drawing herself when asked to draw what she thought a maker looks like. Agency is everything!
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Samantha Tome Feb 22
How can we use social media for science communication? Maximize your audience by making your posts more accessible... use inclusive language, don't patronize your audience and use alt text!
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🔬Samantha Yammine, PhD (aka Science Sam) Feb 22
“Don’t just try to gather Indigenous knowledge, walk away with it in your notes or bag. That’s stealing. Keep Indigenous knowledge holders INVOLVED. Let them join in decision-making. Listen to THEIR opinions, not just your opinions on their knowledge.” -Clint Jacobs
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Holly M. Fruehwald Feb 22
TBT: Preparing to test metals for their ability to take solar energy and convert it to electrical energy. This set up splits water into oxygen and hydrogen to make fuel for green energy technologies
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Jon Farrow Feb 22
5 headline-writing tips that will change your life.
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Joanna Giddens Feb 22
Calling it out: 75% of is delivered by middle-class white women leaving their PhDs. This creates a monoculture but it also suggests that the academic culture in science is still toxic for women.
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Dr. Parshati Patel Feb 22
On my way to Toronto for ! Perks of traveling on a train, you can get lots of work done 🤓 working on a Communications Plan for a very special upcoming event and reading a thesis as for the first time I am going to be on the other side of the table as an examiner 😛
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Julia Krolik 🔬📶🎨 Feb 22
Had an incredible time at ! 🌟 Great sessions. So heartwarming to reconnect with old friends and meet new ones! Mind full of heart full of love! 🧠❤️
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Alexandra Gellé Feb 22
Last workshop of 😭 Scaling your talk with and How to tune your message to match your audience and the time allowed? You can same story and convey the same message in 3 minutes or 3 hours! The message box to distill your message ⬇️
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SciCommTO Feb 24
The Conference feedback survey is now sitting in your inboxes! If you get the chance, please take a few minutes to share your experiences with us - it goes a long way to improving future events. Survey closes Wednesday at 5pm.
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WoC in STEAMM Feb 23
Our founders attended & spoke at Toronto's first science communication conference the last 2 days put on by . Lots of knowledge shared, workshops, panels & creatively fun activities! Thanks for planning an inclusive conference! 1/
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Elizabeth Kleisath Feb 22
“Be proud of your ability to help the experts communicate their science!” Some great advice from Cynthia MacDonald at during the Art of asking interview questions session!
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Abigail Morris Feb 24
I attended the conference this past weekend and got to hear from some amazing and inspiring people. I look forward to sharing my passion for science and learning more about how I can play a role in the wonderful world of Science Communication!
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Alexandra Gellé Feb 22
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SciCommTO Feb 26
Don't forget, today's the last day to share your feedback from the Conference (and, if fabulous is your thing, be in with a chance of winning tickets to !) Survey is in your inbox and closes at 5pm today. Thaaaaanks!
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Lidya Salim Feb 22
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Jon Farrow Feb 21
Great start to the conference!
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Lidya Salim Feb 22
I launched my blog earlier this year, where I combine my passion for Science and Education 👩🏻‍🔬👩🏻‍🏫 You can follow my journey on Instagram and Twitter!
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