Today’s guest post by Lindsey Gordon explores the use of extended reality in astronomy education and outreach.
Science communication is vital to any field of research.
It can be tricky, however, to convey a complicated topic to a wide range of audiences in a way that is comprehensible and at the same time retains scientific accuracy. This is a short guide, assembled from experience in public outreach, on effective science communication.
Graduate students at New Mexico State work for poverty wages, needing to pay for their own tuition and health insurance. In this bite, a student describes the fight to form a union and his university’s response. Learn more and sign their petition to show support.
CU Boulder Brings New Scale Model Solar System To Campus
We went to SciAccess 2021 — and we have great recommendations to share about how to make your classroom, outreach event, conference presentation and more accessible to all.
Creativity is a huge part of science — in today’s bite, we look into art based on science and the cosmos—why people do it, why people love it—and take a look at some of the beautiful work inspired by astronomy.