The importance of science communication for researchers

It’s essential that researchers communicate their research to non-specialists (such as researchers in other disciplines, policymakers, industry, the press, or the public) to improve the impact and influence of their ideas more broadly in society.

In the recorded presentation below, which Dr. Jeffrey Robens gave at a recent stem cell transplantation meeting, your researchers can find tips on how to communicate their research effectively to a broader audience.

For further science communication support for your researchers, take a look at the ‘Communicating Your Research to Non-specialists’ workshop from Nature Masterclasses.

Dr. Robens is Head of Community Engagement at Springer Nature and Lead Trainer of Nature Masterclasses training workshops.

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