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30 May 2016

Communication in Science: Lessons Learned From Improv Theatre

What’s something you don’t see on every CV? “Extensive experience in improvisation theatre performance.”


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31 March 2016

So a Scientist Walks Into a Bar: The Importance of Comedy in Science

This is a guest post by graduate student Sam Nadell, in what will be the first of a new series of posts where we ask students to share their experiences in science communication.  Bill Nye, one of the most recognizable and funny scientists in the world today, once said, “Humor is everywhere, in that there’s irony in just about anything a human does.” I’ll save exploring the irony of human existence for …


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