Science Writing: A Workshop

In January I’ll be running a workshop for science graduate students at Yale about how to write about science for non-scientists. It’s going to be the second time around for me; last year’s trial run was a wonderful experience, which confirmed to me that scientists-in-training these days want very much to be engaged in the public discussion of the stuff they do. Information about the workshop and how to register has just been posted on the Yale Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology web site (poster pdf) I’m told the slots are filling up fast, so if any readers at Yale are interested, check it out.

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