Staying up to date as a science communicator

Written by Frank Nuijens

10 March 2015

How do you stay up to date on the latest news and insights in the field of science communication? This list gives you a head-start.

World conferences

Dutch conferences

Newsletters

Facebook

Twitter

Kirk Englehardt curates some good lists of science communicators and journalists to follow.

Missing something on this list? Please let me know!

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