13 March 2018
Every year, scientists explain their research using the 1000 (ten-hundred) most common words in the English language. The results are fun, silly, heartfelt, surprising, and overall a great time.
12 March 2018
Where were you during the 2017 solar eclipse? These citizens were being scientists.
28 February 2018
Our next episode of Third Pod from the Sun is out TODAY!
26 February 2018
At AGU17, we took a break from the lectures and posters for an evening of inspiring stories about how science affects all of us in our everyday lives.
15 February 2018
Narwhals, narwhals, swimming in the ocean…
12 February 2018
Our podcast is back and this time we’re talking about performing science at the edge of glaciers!
Wanna talk scicomm, policy, or outreach at OSM18? Find me!
5 February 2018
Teachers get an opportunity to see and do science at the south pole.
By Shane M Hanlon Our job in Sharing Science is to help scientists communicate more effectively. Turns out that we’re not the only ones who understand the value of this endeavor. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) recognizes that “…climate change doesn’t communicate itself.” So, they’ve released a pretty great guide. Of note, they touch on six main principles: Be a confident communicator Talk about the real world, not abstract …
31 January 2018
By Sam Illingworth Following on from my previous post, in which I described the process of curating a book of poetry about climate change, I would now like to share with you a collection of the poems that feature in A Change of Climate. Some of the poems in this collection are sad, some of them are funny, and some of them like ‘We are no longer interested in the …