CPAS PhD Graduate Elizabeth Tynan launches book "Atomic Thunder" based on thesis

Described as "compulsive reading", the book was launched at CPAS Wednesday 28th of September 2016.

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Was 18th century philosopher and revolutionary Condorcet a sci com precursor?

Lindy Orthia finds parallels between Condorcet's final work and 21st century science communication theory in a paper for the Journal of Science Communication.

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Lindy Orthia: People in colonial Sydney loved talking about science

The CPAS researcher has written about ye olde sci com in 'Historical Records of Australian Science' and 'The Conversation'.

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Lindy Orthia: What's wrong with talking about the Scientific Revolution?

The CPAS researcher shows why studying the history of science is critical for science communicators in a new review paper for 'Minerva'.

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Lindy Orthia and Rachel Morgain: anti-sexist intentions don't cancel cultural ideas of science as masculine

Doctor Who helps us understand how gender and science are culturally intertwined, according to a new research paper in the journal 'Sex Roles'.

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Bryant, Gore and Stocklmayer write the history of the Australian Science Centre Movement

The CPAS unholy trinity recount the founding of nine science centres in two papers for 'Historical Records of Australian Science'.

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