Science Communication at the 1st LIMES science slam 2019: Likelihood to win a nobel prize as hungarian, the 5th season in the Rhineland, and more.
Have you ever wondered about how non-scientists could benefit from your research? We as scientists try to understand every tiny bit of our universe and sometimes spend three or more years of our life unraveling a ridiculously tiny link between two proteins. For our research, we get a lot of public money from the people of our country but how do we give something back … Continue reading Free the pig from the poke! Slam your science!
It’s a widespread cliché that scientists wear glasses, coats, and beards (sorry, Ladies!) and like to spend their whole time in darkened laboratories. Even though this species of scientists might still exist, the modern example of researchers is more extroverted than ever – thanks to Twitter, Facebook and Co. The internet – and social media in particular – might not be the source of all … Continue reading Let’s talk about… science communication!
There are numerous bloggers out there who write about science in general (some of them you can find in our collection of links). One particular blog is run at Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden, and has a similar focus on research in life sciences and the life of PhD students or young investigators as the ImmunoSensation Blog. The following article by Ayla de Paepe on … Continue reading Welcome to the dark side: The ivory tower and its casualties