Not to be outdone, the Quaternary Research Association has highlighted, as part of its 50th Anniversary celebrations, the UK’s top 50 Quaternary sites. Again, this is presented as an online clickable map. Continue reading
Download the preprint: Davies_et_al_2014_preprint.
The following is a shorter, simpler version of the published paper.
Science communication for the time-limited academic
Academic research into climate change is driven by pressing human concerns. Because climate change has the potential to seriously affect our society, the effective communication of this research is increasingly important1. As such, increasing numbers of academics and researchers are taking part in public engagement2-4. But a key question is,
How can time-limited academics, who work in full-time positions, implement effective outreach strategies with limited budgets?
What is Search Engine Optimisation?
This is an exciting time to be a scientist interested in science communication. More and more academics are taking the bull by the horns and are starting up blogs and websites. Many NERC-funded research projects now have their own website. But what’s the point in having a blog if no one reads it? Continue reading
People often ask me how I find the time to update and maintain this website. The truth is, I make time for outreach in a number of ways. Continue reading