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  • My Personal Lessons From the BHEARD Training Organised By TCC: Mukamurezi Godelieve 19 September 2017

    During the four days of training, I am happy that I was able to enhance my skills and knowledge in different subjects related to science communication. Actually I consider this area as my weakness which needs to be improved as a research scientist. The most interesting part was the data analysis where we learned the […]

  • TCC Trains Nobel Peace Prize for Agriculture Based Programme on Scientific Communication and Publishing 30 July 2017

    TCC trained 65  participants from the Borlaug Higher Education for Agricultural Research and Development (BHEARD) programme on Scientific Communication and Publishing.

  • Four Questions about Scientific Communication 09 July 2017

    Four experts in scientific communication answer four seminal questions about the best ways to communicate science to the public.

  • Prioritise local science Journals

    SCIENCE journals have become a prime medium to expand scientific knowledge. They have been deployed since the early beginnings of scientific research. We cannot deny the fact that knowledge can only grow through the sharing of the fruits of research. Knowledge will have problem growing otherwise. And in the pursuit of scientific knowledge, journals perform […]

  • #SciComm for the Public Good! 26 June 2017

    Science communication is defined by the aptly named journal, Scientific Communication, as “…the nature of expertise, the diffusion of knowledge, and the communication of science and technology among professionals and to the public.”

  • Bill Nye Highlights Science’s Perception Problem

    Bill Nye “The Science Guy” has simplified the complex world of chromosomes and terrestrial layers for students across America for decades. On April 21, Netflix introduced his triumphant return to the world of science education, “Bill Nye Saves the World.”