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5 Tips For Science Communicators

Let Science Grow

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I have been a science communicator for 3 years. During those three years, I have grown a decent engaged following on Instagram. Now I am trying to do the same on Medium, I want my fellow science communicators to follow my lead.

Zuckerberg makes money from our attention and our views, at least on Medium we can make a buck on reads. Here are my five tips…

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Teaching science communicators how to communicate through an understanding of human psychology, philosophy, and culture.

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Jaebien Rosario

Jaebien Rosario

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