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Hosted by Associate Professor Jen Martin and Dr Michael Wheeler, Let’s Talk SciComm is a podcast from the University of Melbourne’s Science Communication Teaching Program. Listen for advice, tips and interviews about how to communicate science in effective and engaging ways. Show notes, transcripts and more info: https://go.unimelb.edu.au/ty8e
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Wissenschaftskommunikation: Warum brauchen wir sie? Was will sie erreichen? Wie wird sie wirkungsvoll – und was kann sie am Erfolg hindern? Gespräche mit Akteurinnen und Akteuren. Idee / Produktion / Host: Sabine Gysi (www.sabinegysi.ch)
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"Breaking the Facts Presents: The Art of SciComm" is a podcast where science and communication converge. Join us as we explore the transformative power of effective science communication, aiming to bridge the gap between scientific knowledge and the general public. In previous seasons, we tackled misconceptions surrounding mental health in academia, emphasising the importance of clear communication. Prepare for inspiration, knowledge, and empowerment as we explore the art of understanding sc ...
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Jason McDermott (@redpenblackpen), Patrick Videau, Sara K. Yeo (@sarakyeo)

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Welcome to the Planet SciComm podcast, where a science communication enthusiast, practitioner, and researcher talk about science communication and any other musings that come to mind! Intro song by Mantis Jackson (https://www.facebook.com/mantisjacksonmusic/).
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Welcome back to Season 10 of Let’s Talk SciComm! We’re thrilled to be back with you for another season of fantastic conversations exploring how we can all communicate about science in more effective and engaging ways. To get the season off to an amazing start, we’re thrilled to have caught up with science tourism and dark skies guru, Marnie Ogg. Wi…
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Um alles über diese Episode zu erfahren, besuche die Shownotes SciComm Palaver Wissenschaftskommunikation: Warum brauchen wir sie? Was will sie erreichen? Wie wird sie erfolgreich – und was kann sie am Erfolg hindern? Gespräche mit Akteurinnen und Akteuren. Idee / Produktion / Host: Sabine Gysi.Sabine Arnold, Sabine Gysi által
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Rose Gregorio is a trailblazer in science communication. Rose shares her inspiring path, from her diverse experiences in communication roles across Europe and the Middle East to her current position as the Communication, Dissemination, and Exploitation Officer at Horizon Lab within EIT Urban Mobility in Barcelona, Spain. With a Master's degree in S…
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Um alles über diese Episode zu erfahren, besuchen Sie die Shownotes SciComm Palaver Wissenschaftskommunikation: Warum brauchen wir sie? Was will sie erreichen? Wie wird sie erfolgreich – und was kann sie am Erfolg hindern? Gespräche mit Akteurinnen und Akteuren. Idee / Produktion / Host: Sabine Gysi.…
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Um alles über diese Episode zu erfahren, besuchen Sie die Shownotes SciComm Palaver Wissenschaftskommunikation: Warum brauchen wir sie? Was will sie erreichen? Wie wird sie erfolgreich – und was kann sie am Erfolg hindern? Gespräche mit Akteurinnen und Akteuren. Idee / Produktion / Host: Sabine Gysi.…
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Join us on an illuminating journey with Miles, a passionate advocate for open science and a trailblazer in neuropsychology. In this captivating episode, Miles shares his remarkable academic odyssey, from his humble beginnings in academia to his current groundbreaking research on topics ranging from transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) to circadi…
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Inclusion and Representation are the values that I hold close to my heart. With the advancing of education and technological resources, we are still stuck somewhere in history, and fail to give voices to the unheard. The struggle has been long in academia, and as a brown woman in STEM who practises scicomm, these voices are mostly from people who l…
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The idea of identity, of not knowing who we are, what we stand for has been an internal struggle for many. For some of us our identities are restricted to the work we do, for some its our families, and for some it might be friends and our position in society. I thought of kickstarting 2024, with the debate of identity in academia. Don’t worry this …
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Tune in to hear Kaan Mika, who is a postdoctoral researcher understanding the memory of mosquitoes at ETH in Zurich. The heart of his research lies in understanding how these insects retain our scent, enabling them to return for more, delving into the intricate molecular workings of their brains and the formation of their memories. Originally haili…
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To finish Season 9 of Let’s Talk SciComm, we had a truly wonderful conversation with Dr Samantha Grover, who leads the Soil-Atmosphere-Anthroposphere Lab at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. Sam’s team explores the interconnections between food, climate change and people. They collaborate with farmers, NGOs, industry, government and other re…
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In this episode of "Breaking the Facts: The Art of SciComm," we delve into Haley's journey—a physicist turned science writer. With a PhD in pulsar polarization and gravitational wave applications, Haley's expertise at MIT's Lincoln Lab drives captivating narratives of cutting-edge scientific advancements. Passionate about bridging academia and publ…
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This week Jen and Michael had a wonderful conversation with Professor John Besley about strategic science communication. John studies public opinion about science and scientists’ opinions about the public. His goal is to help science communicators be more effective by helping them consider evidence-based and strategic communication choices. He also…
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What a wonderful conversation we had with Jessie Panazzolo this week! Jessie is the founder of Lonely Conservationists, a global online community working to help conservationists thrive by providing a platform to be heard, a strong community foundation and educational resources about caring for conservationists. Lonely Conservationists has become a…
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This week we had a fascinating conversation with visual science communicator extraordinaire Dr Sarah Treit. With a PhD in Neuroscience, ~25 peer-reviewed publications, and a 5-year H-index of 16, Sarah combines a strong research track record with a passion for communicating science through visuals. Through her company, Figures First, Sarah provides…
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We know many of our listeners are keen to get more experience in science communication but don’t know where to begin. Have we got the episode for you! This week we had a fantastic chat with Dr Donovan Garcia-Ceron about how he got started in science communication and the things he’s doing to build his scicomm profile. As you’ll hear, Donovan is kin…
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Um alles über diese Episode zu erfahren, besuchen Sie die Shownotes SciComm Palaver Wissenschaftskommunikation: Warum brauchen wir sie? Was will sie erreichen? Wie wird sie erfolgreich – und was kann sie am Erfolg hindern? Gespräche mit Akteurinnen und Akteuren. Idee / Produktion / Host: Sabine Gysi.…
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This week we had the great pleasure of speaking with Alfred Deakin Professor, Jo Salmon about the importance of effective science communication in research, especially when it comes to co-designed research. Jo is the Director of the Institute for Physical Activity and Nutrition (IPAN) at Deakin University and currently holds a NHMRC Level 2 Investi…
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Join us on an insightful journey with Shriya Naidu, a multifaceted individual deeply passionate about science communication. In this engaging podcast episode titled "Is SciComm Difficult to Pursue in India?" we explore Shriya's remarkable experiences and her unwavering commitment to bridging the gap between science and the public. Shriya's extensiv…
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Welcome to Season Nine of Let’s Talk SciComm! We’re thrilled to be back with another season, chatting each week about our very favourite topic – how we can all be more effective when it comes to communicating about science. We’re kicking off the season talking with our good friend Dr Shane Huntington OAM (@DrShaneRRR) – in case you haven’t listened…
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This week we are so delighted to chat with Olly Dove. Living up to her bird name, Olly Dove is a marine ecology PhD candidate researching the foraging behaviour of little penguins and short-tailed shearwaters in lutruwita/Tasmania. Olly’s favourite part of working in zoology is undoubtedly the exciting fieldwork it leads her to, andshe loves sharin…
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This week we have the enormous pleasure of speaking with Dr Jenny Gray who is the Chief Executive Officer of Zoos Victoria, charged with the operation of the Melbourne Zoo, Healesville Sanctuary, Kyabram Fauna Park and Werribee Open Range Zoo. Over the last decade Zoos Victoria has transformed into a Zoo Based Conservation Organisation, committed t…
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Um alles über diese Episode zu erfahren, besuchen Sie die Shownotes SciComm Palaver Wissenschaftskommunikation: Warum brauchen wir sie? Was will sie erreichen? Wie wird sie erfolgreich – und was kann sie am Erfolg hindern? Gespräche mit Akteurinnen und Akteuren. Idee / Produktion / Host: Sabine Gysi.…
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In this enlightening episode of "Breaking the Facts: The Art of SciComm," we delve deep into the world of science communication in India and its broader global implications with our exceptional host, Siddharth Kankaria. Siddharth, a pioneer in the field, shares his invaluable insights into the unique challenges and opportunities that India presents…
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Join us for a compelling and special episode of "On the Importance of Communicating Grief within Academia" as we welcome an exceptional guest to our podcast. Dr. Marissa Edwards, a luminary in the realms of education, mental health advocacy, and research, graces our virtual stage. Her remarkable journey within the hallowed halls of the University o…
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Um alles über diese Episode zu erfahren, besuchen Sie die Shownotes SciComm Palaver Wissenschaftskommunikation: Warum brauchen wir sie? Was will sie erreichen? Wie wird sie erfolgreich – und was kann sie am Erfolg hindern? Gespräche mit Akteurinnen und Akteuren. Idee / Produktion / Host: Sabine Gysi.…
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This week we were thrilled to have the opportunity to chat with Emily Denniss who is a PhD Candidate at the Institute for Physical Activity and Nutrition at Deakin University. Her research is focused nutrition communication and misinformation on social media and how social media is used by young adults to seek information about food and nutrition. …
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In this episode, we're joined by Monika Jasnauskaite, a brave EMBL PhD scholar and a captivating visual science communicator. Hurdling over language barriers, Monika's appearance on the show inspires me profoundly. Let her Twitter tales of science artistry enchant you—she weaves wonders with visuals! And to you my dear listeners, I carry your bless…
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This week we had the great pleasure of chatting with Joshua Tinner who is full of fantastic advice about how to build your professional networks. Josh currently the Country Manager of the UK team at InternMatch, a company that helps students and graduates find internships as a step towards employment. Previously Josh has worked in a variety of busi…
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This week we were thrilled Executive Recruiter and Scientist Marilyn Jones was able to make time to chat with us. Marilyn has over 25 years’ experience in resourcing staff for companies and assisting individuals with their career aspirations and we learned so much from her about how to get your dream job. Marilyn undertook research in cancer and im…
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This week we had a wonderful conversation with Dr. Bruce Kirchoff who is a scientist, improviser, and storyteller. He teaches young scientists to speak clearly and intelligibly about their research. His book Presenting Science Concisely (https://presentingscienceconcisely.com/book) draws on the relation between the scientific process and story stru…
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As I begin the season four of Breaking the Facts, I would like to take a moment to appreciate how far we have come as a community. Now heard over 19+ nations, I wanted to expand upon my calling as a former undergrad at IISER Mohali - science communication. For my first episode I have Dr. Sadie Witkowski, a passionate scientist with a PhD in psychol…
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This week we were so lucky to have the opportunity to chat with Professor David Dunstan about being a research supervisor. David holds a joint appointment at the Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute and Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia with the positions of: Head – Baker/Deakin Department of Lifestyle and Diabetes and Chair, Lifestyle and Di…
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This week we had the best time chatting with Belinda (Bel) Smith, science writer extraordinaire. Belinda became a science journalist after realising she wasn't going to cut it as a scientist. Based in Melbourne, she's currently science reporter at the ABC. Her work appears on the ABC News website and has featured in the Best Australian Science Writ…
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Welcome to another season of Let’s Talk SciComm! We’re very excited to be back with Season Eight, podcasting about our very favourite topic – science communication. We’re kicking off the season talking with the brilliant Julia Cleghorn about approaches to getting kids excited about science. Julia is an extroverted science geek, science communicator…
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It’s the end of another season of Let’s Talk SciComm and it’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for. It’s the end of our countdown of our most popular how-to episodes and coming in at number one is…… How to get your thesis written. Writing a thesis is hard! It’s probably the longest document you’ve ever had to write, and the experience is often acc…
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We’re continuing our countdown of our most listened-to episodes and this week we’ve made it to number two. It came as no surprise to us that science writing is a topic so many of our listeners want to learn more about – being able to write clearly is such an essential skill! In 2014, Steven Pinker published a piece in The Chronicle of Higher Educat…
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We’ve hit the middle of Season 7 and we’re continuing to explore our 6 most listened-to episodes. Each episode has a new introduction in which Jen and Michael reflect on why the topic resonated so much with our listeners and what we’ve learned about the topic in the interim. Coming in at number 3 is ‘How to NOT be boring’ and the title pretty much …
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This is Season 7 and we’re excited to be revisiting our 6 most listened-to episodes. Each episode has a new introduction in which Jen and Michael chat about why we think the topic resonated so much with our listeners and what we’ve learned about the topic since it was first published. Coming in at number 4 is ‘How to tackle imposter syndrome’. On t…
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This week we welcome Dr. Bruce Kirchoff (University of North Carolina at Greensboro) to talk about his recent book, Presenting Science Concisely. Presenting Science Concisely Dr. Kirchoff's YouTube Channel Association of Science Communicators Jon Wagner's website Mike Morrison's Better Poster
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We’re very excited to hit episode 50 today!! This is Season 7 and for something a bit different, we’re excited to be revisiting our 6 most listened-to episodes. Each episode has a new introduction in which Jen and Michael reflect on why the topic resonated so much with our listeners and what we’ve learned about the topic in the interim. Coming in a…
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Welcome to Season 7: for something a bit different, we’re excited to be revisiting our 6 most listened-to episodes. Each episode has a new introduction in which Jen and Michael reflect on why the topic resonated so much with our listeners and what we’ve learned about the topic in the interim. Coming in at number 6 is ‘How to tackle procrastination’…
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Nerves are a completely normal part of giving a talk and as you’ve probably heard many times – nerves are a good thing! Feeling nervous means you care about this presentation which will help you to do a great job. But nerves can also be very unsettling and even completely debilitating. The good news is that there are plenty of things you can do to …
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This week we had a fascinating conversation with Dr Graham Phillips focused on how to talk about controversial or divisive science topics – like aliens. Graham is a much-loved Australian science communicator and journalist and has plenty of experience communicating about tricky topics, especially when he was the host and a producer-reporter on ABC …
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This week we had the great pleasure of talking with Dr Josh Chu-Tan who until very recently was the Business Development Manager for the College of Health and Medicine (CHM) based in the ANU Office of Business Engagement and Commercialisation as well as a Research Fellow at JCSMR with the Clear Vision Research Group. Josh completed his PhD in 2019 …
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This week we had an absolute blast speaking with Christian Williams, who is an expert teacher in Melbourne, Australia. He has been recognised nationally and internationally for his expertise as a National Excellence in Teaching Award Winner, Finalist for the Global Teacher Prize and a Finalist for Young Australian of the Year. At Mentone Girls’ Gra…
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This week we loved catching up with award-winning science communicator, marine biologist and graphic designer Dr Tullio Rossi. As founder of the science communication agency "Animate Your Science", he helps researchers tell their story to the world. His engaging video animations and eye-catching graphics make science understandable for everyone, re…
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This week we had a lot of fun chatting with, and learning from, Dr Jarrod McKenna. Jarrod is a reproductive biologist turned zookeeper turned science educator and has had quite a mixture of jobs. As a PhD student at Monash University, he investigated early pregnancy and assisted reproduction in the world’s only known menstruating rodent: The Egypti…
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