The science behind Twitter reach.
Something I’ve been thinking about a lot lately is how and where we apply science communication. We use it when connecting with the lay public, … Read more
“Writing this, right now, I am not well. This will colour the writing.”
What it was like to blog every day for a week, and what it means for my future blogging.
I poll my Twitter colleagues on tips for increasing my blog reach.
I have a friend, Kim Moynahan, whom I’ve only met in person once way back in 2013. We communicate on email and Slack, we work … Read more
The top disaster news in the past few weeks has been major flooding in communities across Canada. From New Brunswick to Alberta and British Columbia, … Read more
The past few months have been pretty busy. Then suddenly it all stopped, with the exception of one book review for Science. As I wrote … Read more
It’s been raining for days. The yard has become a marshland, with tufts of grass poking up from pools of standing water. The bedrock outcrop … Read more
Climate change communication is often characterized by either doom and gloom or unrealistic optimism. Which is more effective in getting people to act? Tone is … Read more