Tweeting Science

In the struggle to learn how to get grants, do research, analyze samples, and write papers, scientists sometimes miss out on learning how to effectively communicate what they do and what they discover to the media and general public, says postdoc Anna Richards at Big Wide World. Part of speaking to the public is learning to distill scientific findings into everyday language, Richards says, and this is actually harder to do than one might think.

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