Do you have new and interesting a even outstanding a results that you wish to be recognized by your scientific colleagues, or understood by the public? Do you want to convey your ideas to policy decision makers? Communicating Science is the book to consult. Separate sections offer advice on reaching peers, the general public or decision makers. Each of these main parts includes two subsections, Guidelines and Genres, with entries arranged in alphabetical order. This book will be useful to anyone having to convert scientific data into an easily intelligible and interesting narrative.Infuse your text with fantasy, with wordplay if you feel like it a you can do worse than use, say Roald Dahl, as your model; he coined memorable idioms such as Ar swishfigglerAl, ArsnozzcumberAl, ArwangdoodlesAl, ArfizzcocklersAl, anbsp;...
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