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9 May 2017
CPAS PhD candidate Tangyao Zhang marched for science on 22 April, and wrote about why he did it in a blog post for the ANU Science Student Blog. Read it here.
1 April 2017
The first issue of JCOM for 2017 has just hit the e-waves (here) and features a set of commentaries exploring science communication and its relationship with public...
27 March 2017
CPAS Professor Sue Stocklmayer and friend of CPAS Professor Leonie Rennie have published a book chapter on the topic of how science communication and science education can ...
15 March 2017
CPAS’s own The Wholesome Show podcast has cracked the iTunes Australian top 50 charts. Every week Rod Lamberts and Will Grant are sitting down to have a beer with...
14 March 2017
'What is the message?' and 'How can you maximise your communication impact?' ask Will Grant and Rod Lamberts of marchers for science in a new article for...
9 March 2017
Story by Runyararo Muzavazi and Tanaka Vunganai, Zimbabwe Herald, 4 March 2017 The Australian Embassy in Harare yesterday hosted the inaugural Africa Science Buskers Festival...
16 February 2017
Space science and technology was on the political agenda following the Parliamentary Friends of Science breakfast held in Canberra on Tuesday 14 February. Presented by Science...
13 February 2017
What would you think of an experiment where you drop your mobile phone into a tank of salty water to see if it still rings? CPAS Visiting Fellow and University of Canberra...
4 January 2017
Dr Rod Lamberts discusses how risk communication can go wrong in an article for The Conversation.
8 December 2016
CPAS has been awarded the 2016 ANU Outreach Award for Contribution to the Community. The commemorative glass trophy, pictured here, was presented to Director Joan Leach...
30 November 2016
A CPAS lecturer had an idea and her master's students did the research, using a PhD student’s programming, resulting in the research being accepted for publication in...
22 November 2016
CPAS researchers Adam Huttner-Koros and Sean Perera have published a new paper in the Journal of Science Communication which explores the professional self-...
8 November 2016
CPAS Director Professor Joan Leach and lecturer Dr Merryn McKinnon co-wrote an article for The Conversation with Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, Director of the Global...
8 November 2016
Former visiting masters student Judith Vos and CPAS lecturer Merryn McKinnon have published a chapter in a new book exploring the links between science education and science...
Dr Ida Kubiszewski, Professor Elanor Huntington, Dr Merryn McKinnon, Nina McLean and Professor Robyn Lucas (absent). Image: Stuart Hay.
21 October 2016
Five women from across the ANU campus are taking part in the inaugural Homeward Bound Australian-led leadership expedition to Antarctica. Homeward Bound is a year-long program...
27 September 2016
Dr Sean Perera was an invited expert expatriate at the inaugural Science and Technology for Society Sri Lanka Forum held in Colombo from 7 to 10 September. The Forum was convened...
5 September 2016
Dr Elizabeth Tynan who graduated in 2011 from ANU with a PhD in science communication has turned her PhD thesis into a book entitled Atomic Thunder The Maralinga Story. The...
26 August 2016
Master of Science Communication Outreach graduate Joe Duggan has been announced as one of Australia's next Young Social Pioneers by the Foundation for Young...
25 August 2016
The CPAS dynamic duo Drs Rod Lamberts and Will Grant take on the populist media pundits who mock taxpayer-funded research, in a new piece for The Conversation.
25 August 2016
Dr Will Grant reflects on anti-expert rhetoric in the current global political environment, and what experts need to do to combat it, in an article for The Greens...

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