2 June 2021
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! If you are part of an event and it is available online afterwards, please let me know and I will arrange to share it. Please feel free to email me with any updates, events or news you have. I love hearing from people. If you need my email address it is firstname.lastname@example.org. Email me (or via Twitter @TheSciCommer) with updates, events or news
News this week
‘What Drives Belief in Vaccination Conspiracy Theories in Germany?’ a brief research report published in Frontiers in Communication.
‘Spotting hoaxes: how young people in Africa use cues to spot misinformation online’ an article covering research carried out in a number of countries in Africa was published on The Conversation.
The latest edition of Research For All has been published (open access). The journal is focused on engaged research but includes publications on science communication.