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  • Prioritise local science Journals 09 July 2017

    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 […]

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  • #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.”

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  • 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.”

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  • Social media for ECRs: Serious scientists can (and do!) use Twitter

    The role of social media in science has been hotly debated, with the most recent skirmish coming from a Guardian op-ed. Entitled “I’m a serious academic, not a professional Instagrammer,” the article has inspired both a “nonserious” response and ironically, its own set of hashtags:

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  • The secret to good Communication? Alan Alda shares his wisdom on Relationships and Science

    Several years ago, actor Alan Alda led about 20 engineering students at the University of Southern California in an improv session. The students gave short talks about their research and then spent three hours trying the same exercises

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  • TCC Facilitates Proposal for Funding Writeshop for FANRPAN Country Node Programme Managers 15 May 2017

    The Food Agriculture and Natural  Resources Policy Analysis Network (FANRPAN) brought together  14  national node Programme Managers  to come up with a  proposal that would  be submitted to the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF). This was done at the FANRPAN Common Vision Workshop, held in Nairobi from 26-27 March 2017. The focus  areas  of the proposal  was on  Nutrition Sensitive Agriculture  and  Climate Smart Agriculture.

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