Check out cSw’s take on “The Purpose, Practice, and Politics of Science,” a discussion between Nobel Prize recipient Dr. Harold Varmus and actor Alan Alda at Macaulay Honors College on April 18th, 2017.
Stay tuned to curiousSCIENCEwriters for a conversation between Nobel Prize-winner Dr. Harold Varmus and actor/science communication advocate Alan Alda hosted by Macaulay Honors College at CUNY. members of the cSw team pose with Alan Alda after the lively discussion on April 18.
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Montage of science/media celebrities talk about the importance of effective science communications. Featuring- The Great Debate: The Storytelling of Science with science educator Bill Nye, astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson, and theoretical physicist Brian Green, Science Communication is a Tool for Empowerment with Renae Sayers, Science Communications: It’s No Joke! with Jayde Lovell, The Science Gap with Jorge Cham, The Art of Science Communications with Alan Alda, and How to Write About Science with Jo Marchant and Geoff Brumfiel.
From cSw’s SUNDAY@SEVEN Series: It’s easy to feel intimidated and ignorant when interviewing experts in a field you don’t know much about. However, we should remember that we are writers, and our job is to ask questions until we understand the logic– so there is NO such thing as a “dumb question”! Ann Finkbeiner, a freelance science writer who has written for magazines like Mosaic and Discover,...