The CPAS researcher shows why studying the history of science is critical for science communicators in a new review paper for 'Minerva'.
The CPAS Deputy Director weighs in on the wind turbine safety debate in a new article for 'The Conversation'.
Rod Lamberts and Will Grant chat to Alan Alda on the art of science communication: 'I want to tell you a story.'
The launch of CPAS's new home and the partnership between CPAS and the Alda Center prompt a big celebration in University Avenue and Building...
In September 2014 CPAS academics Rod Lamberts and Will Grant launched KindaThinky, an innovative live talk show that takes place in Canberra's Civic Pub.
Writing about science for a popular audience is one of the core skills ANU science communication students learn at all year levels.
Communicating health information is always challenging, but communicating about a disease that is hard to diagnose and involves social taboos is extra...
'Opening Doors' is a pioneering project which offers young immigrants from disadvantaged and refugee backgrounds much needed access to science and...
How does ‘entertainment science’ shape our perceptions of what real science is like?
Conference organising and presenting are core activities for science graduates in many careers.
A collaborative study involving undergraduate students and researchers has revealed that science in our favourite TV shows often slips under the radar.
Many people remain confused about climate science and policy, leading to skepticism and disenfranchisement around both the science and what to do about it.