Category Archives: Science communication tips

Why Soapbox Science?

By Miss Lydia Bach (@lylubach), Queen’s University Belfast. Lydia will stand on one of our soapboxes in Glasgow, on the 7th of June. She will be talking about food webs, with a talk entitled:  “Food (webs) for thought – Or … Continue reading

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George McGavin’s advice to our speakers, by Dr Louise Janna Johnson

On Tuesday George McGavin, presenter of the BBC’s Monkey Planet, met Soapbox Science speakers to share what he’s learned from being on the box that could help us when we’re up on ours. We met in the basement of Brace … Continue reading

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Top tips for Soapbox Science

This month, Soapbox Science organised a science communication workshop for all of its 2014 speakers. The event, supported by Robin Ince and the Learning and Discovery team at the Zoological Society of London (ZSL), provided a fantastic opportunity for the … Continue reading

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