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The Science of Science Communication

October 1, 2013 1102

National_Academy_of_Sciences_logo-prvThe National Academy of Sciences hosted the second Arthur M. Sackler colloquium on the topic of the science of science communication, from Monday, September 23 to Wednesday, September 25 with the purpose of advancing a national dialogue on the topic. The colloquium offered 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 scientific topics.

Watch the proceedings below and read more about the event here.

Video of the keynote address by Kathleen Hall Jameson:

Click here for a page linking to the videos of the other panels at the colloquium.

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