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This Week in Science Communication

Three things from the scicomm interwebs we're pretty sure you'll love.

1. A new guide could help researchers become better advocates for improved science policy. 

Evidence for Democracy, a Canadian organization that advocates for evidence-based government policy, developed a guide to help academics interact with politicians effectively. Read it here.

2. Scicomm news in an e-zine? Yes, please!

Swipe SciComm, a digital science communication magazine, just published their 6th issue - complete with relatable scicomm memes. Check it out.

3. Generative AI could revolutionize the way we communicate science, but we’re not sure what that might look like. 

New research published in the journal Nature looks at the potentials and pitfalls of using generative AI for science communication. Read the paper.

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Ellice Wallace

Ellice is the Alda Center's science communication specialist. She holds a master's degree in science communication.

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