Research

Cobi Smith: Involving the public in research funding decisions

CPAS PhD student Cobi Smith has discussed participatory engagement in science funding decisions in a paper for 'SAGE Open'.

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Sean Perera: science not a study option for many young immigrants

CPAS Research Fellow Dr Sean Perera examines the obstacles to science study options for young immigrants to Australia in a paper for 'STEMplanet Journal'.

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Rashel Li: The Big Bang Theory sparks viewers’ interest in science

The popular television sitcom inspires regular viewers to find out more about science, according to CPAS PhD student Rashel Li.

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Mofa Shah awarded ICRISAT Fellowship

CPAS PhD student Md. Mofakhrul Islam Shah has been awarded an ICRISAT fellowship for his research on the adoption of hybrid rice in Bangladesh.

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Naomi Shadbolt and colleagues: communicating about endometriosis with young women

Young women want to know more about endometriosis, according to research published by science communication student Naomi Shadbolt.

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Launch of 'Communication and Engagement with Science and Technology: Issues and Dilemmas'

CPAS announces the publication of a new science communication reader edited by Professor John Gilbert and Professor Sue Stocklmayer.

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CPAS staff and students conduct research into diverse topics pertinent to science communication theory and practice. We are committed to publishing our research results in a range of scholarly and public venues, to reach audiences who can best benefit from them.

We supervise many postgraduate and undergraduate research projects. As a young discipline there is ample scope in science communication for innovative and explorative research projects, so students are encouraged to develop proposals responding to issues and questions they are passionate about.

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