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Science Communicators Need To Know This

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I have met numerous science communicators both on and offline for approximately 4 years now.

I’ve met people who talk about nutrition, skincare, climate change, evolution, physical fitness, physical therapy, and even plastic. Some of the brightest minds in their respected spaces, but the majority of the ones I know are stuck on Twitter.




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

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