On one level Science Communication does what it says on the tin: it is about communicating science and building bridges between the people involved in scientific research and different groups of the public. But Science Communication is much more than just communicating science. Science Communication is involved in developing government science policies, understanding relationships between ‘the public’ and ‘scientists’, and creating science stories in the mass media, as well as exploring how people learn about and engage with science.By Emily Dawson for www.catalyststudent.org.uk

We strongly believe in the importance of science communication at any level. For this reason we have invested time and resources in several initiatives which include:

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