You know how blogs posts/tweets etc entice you in with a number in the heading (ten best …, five tips on …)?
Here’s even better: a compilation of lists and articles on all aspects of science communication from this week [update – old link removed], put together by Kirk Englehardt, Director of Research Communication and Marketing at Georgia Institute of Technology.
- 16 excellent tips for writing great science blog posts [update – old link removed] (I’m bookmarking this for a thorough read, you’ll be pleased to know!)
- why trust in science can reduce your concerns about climate change from Scientific American
- 100 tweeting chemists you can follow
- Can PR from science organisations be science communication? [update – old link removed] (the answer from this author is yes)
- and heaps more.
Amazingly, Englehardt puts out a compilation like this every week. Following his posts will give you hours of online reading. Which may be just what you need, or not.