Posted by: bluesyemre | September 25, 2019

This Study Shows (A podcast from #Wiley)

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The only way for research to change the world is if the world knows and cares about it. In This Study Shows, a podcast from Wiley, we explore how to connect research with emotions and experiences and transform the way science is shared. Hosted by Danielle George and Mary-Ann Ochota, each of our six episodes asks the tough science communication questions: how? why? and so what?

How do I make people care?

If “facts are facts,” why don’t they hold up against skepticism or doubt? Maybe because we need to find the emotional truth inside all of that data. Featuring Mona Chalabi, a data editor from the Guardian US, Tali Sharot, a neuroscientist from University College London, and David A. Kirby, a science communication professor from California Polytechnic State University.

What’s the word I’m looking for?

I do not think that word means what you think it means! When there’s a gap between what we mean and what is understood, it’s time to think about the words we’re using. Featuring Dr. Martin Glynn, a criminologist from Birmingham City University, Dr. Sophie Arthur, a science communicator and blogger behind Soph Talks Science, and Theo Sanderson, the inventor of the Up-Goer Five Text Editor and a geneticist at The Francis Crick Institute.

https://secure.wiley.com/this-study-shows-homepage


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