Find out about the latest news, announcements and stories about science communication at ANU.

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Monday, 30 Aug 2021
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People who think based on their first instincts are more likely to believe and share COVID-19 misinformation, according to new research from The Australian National University.

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Sunday, 15 Aug 2021
Wednesday, 18 Nov 2020
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Dr Ehsan Nabavi teaches the Professional Practice courses for engineering and computing graduate students that focus on developing professional and communication skills for the 21st century workplace.  

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Tuesday, 10 Nov 2020
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Marie Curie overcame innumerable obstacles, and in the process has become a role model. But does the latest film version of her life do her story justice?

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Monday, 09 Nov 2020
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In this paper, Dr Roberson and co-authors Professor Joan Leach and Associate Professor Sujatha Raman took that analysis further and asked: what does public good look like for quantum technologies? How can we ensure these technologies benefit the societies they are used in and are a part of?

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Monday, 09 Nov 2020
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Storytelling plays a crucial role in science communication, but little research has investigated how it impacts the popularity of science videos.

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Monday, 09 Nov 2020
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Despite the objective and impartial appearance of statistics, it is a web of people and human processes that makes them trustworthy.

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Wednesday, 21 Oct 2020
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 Watch to hear the lecturers of the Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science introduce themselves and our science communication courses, including assessment details and opportunities for research and real-world experience.

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Tuesday, 13 Oct 2020
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We invite you to check the JCOM special issue — the first of two parts —, which looks at the challenges of communicating COVID-19 and coronavirus in the early spread of the disease in 2020. We present papers from across the world that demonstrate the scale of this challenge.

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