Melanie Colón Posted February 26, 2015 Share Posted February 26, 2015 Reposted from Ecolog Scientists! How do you increase the odds that your science will be reported accurately in the media? How do you increase the chances that your research will be reported on at all? If you have been wondering about questions like this from the world of science journalism, SciFund Challenge has a FREE panel discussion for you. For this month's SciFund Voices, we'll be interviewing an online panel of distinguished science journalists to understand how their world works and how to make that world work for you. And we'll be fielding questions from the audience, via Google+ and Twitter (use the #SciFund hashtag)! Connect your science to journalists, the right way! Thursday, February 26: 2:30-3:30 PM Pacific Time YouTube link: Google+ link: https://plus.google.com/events/cmcukvhb5rc8h6b82teehprglb8 Panelists Shraddha Chakradhar (Asst. editor, Nature Medicine) David Harris (former editor, PNAS news) John Rennie (former editor in chief, Scientific American) Dr. Jai Ranganathan, SciFund Challenge (moderator) Can't make the discussion? The panel will be archived on Google+ and YouTube, at the links given above. This panel is sponsored by SciFund Challenge, a nonprofit focussed on science outreach, and is part of SciFund Voices, a monthly online discussion series on science outreach and science crowdfunding. Take care, Jai Ranganathan Co-founder, SciFund Challenge email@example.com Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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