Concurrent Session 5B Research and Papers (PhDs plus)

Australia is rapidly becoming a notable player in the world of science communication research and scholarship. The ASC 2012 national conference features 5, hour-long sessions in which some of our best and brightest share their research stories. Presentations are brief as the opportunity to interact with presenters and other delegates is something we feel is of great value in the conference space.

Dance of the sockpuppets: blog comments can interfere with communication of scientific information

Stephan Lewandowsky, University of Western Australia

How is the word “science” used on twitter?

Brenda Moon,  Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science, The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia

Science book clubs: a way to communicate science?

George Aranda, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia

Australia state of the environment 2011: Reporting science in a public policy context to communicate nationally significant environmental issues

Janet Salisbury (presenting author), Biotext, Canberra, Australia

Richard Stanford (presenting author), Biotext, Canberra, Australia

Kylie Evans (co-author), Biotext, Canberra, Australia

Mobile phones don’t eat babies (but you won’t hear that on television)

Maia Sauren, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia

What we’ve learnt from two years of evaluation at a new centre for science communication

Cobi  Smith (presenting author), Royal Institution of Australia, Adelaide, Australia

Lisa Bailey (co-author), Royal Institution of Australia, Adelaide, Australia

Amanda Tyndall (co-author),  Edinburgh International Science Festival, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

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