Monday, February 7, 2011

The all-in-one for eloquent scientists: Resources and role models

I've spent the better part of my career working with scientists and engineers and helping them communicate with public audiences. But even I'm surprised by the popularity of this blog's posts on how to translate from the technical. Here's an all-in-one resource compiling our posts about becoming an eloquent scientist--or just clearer when you're sharing a lot of data and details:
Finally, a post from my other blog:  A scientist's elevator speech in 45 seconds, an example from prominent biologist E.O. Wilson (and all the more impressive because he did it on demand, on live radio). I'm available to train groups of scientists in public speaking and in translating from the technical for public or non-scientist audiences--and I've trained thousands of scientists in academic, corporate and government labs. Email me at info[at]dontgetcaught[dot]biz to discuss your needs.

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