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The Science Of Science Communication II

The National Academy of Sciences is hosting its second Sackler Colloquium on the Science of Science Communication to offer scientists, communication practitioners, and opinion leaders the opportunity to discuss issues of mutual concern, share successes and ongoing questions, and fine-tune their understanding of how lessons from research can drive effective communication of science topics. The event builds on last year's colloquium and will present an update on the state of research on science communication and its implications for all those striving to engage and interact with broad publics. Proceedings from the 2012 colloquium are now available from the National Academy of Sciences. To learn more and to register for this year’s colloquium visit the National Academy of Sciences website.

Posted by Trevor Nesbit