PCST Network has signed a partnership agreement with the International Year of Science Engagement (IYSE), which aims to proclaim 2027 as an official United Nations International Year and to put Science Engagement on the global agenda.

Sharon Dunwoody, Evjue-Bascom Professor Emerita of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication and a leader in science communication research, died February 4, 2022, after undergoing treatment for cancer in recent months.

Welcome to your weekly roundup of science communication news and events. There’s been a big influx of events and conferences in the SciCommer Diary this week. June is looking busy!

Even for full-time researchers it is not easy to keep up-to-date. But the journals aim to make it easier by sending out email alerts to new content and through social media.

What does it take to run a SciCommSci Club? Siddharth Kankaria shares his experiences and lessons learned.

Meet Heather Doran, PCST committee member and the author of a new science communication newsletter.

Popular science writing course + Jobs and internships for science writers + Storytelling for scientists + 10 of the best science books coming out this month. A weekly newsletter produced by Marianna Limas.

A weekly roundup of science communication compiled by Heather Doran.  News, events, projects, a diary and jobs.

15 September 2020 – The book ‘Communicating Science: A Global Perspective’ was launched via this webinar.

Flash Talks Science Communication Competitions are an innovative approach to communicating science and building the capacities of science communicators.

Germana Barata and Natália Flores give a summary of TikTok’s potential for science communication.

PCST is the Network for the Public Communication of Science and Technology. But what is science communication exactly?

Yael Barel-Ben David and Aviv J. Sharon write about their experiences developing a ‘pop-up podcast’ based on a research workshop.

Through the Forum Wissenschaftskommunikation, Wissenschaft im Dialog (WiD), an initiative of German science research organisations, offers an opportunity for science communicators to exchange ideas and expertise.

The Australian Science Communicators (ASC) Association recently held their 10th annual conference – here are some highlights.