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Episode Thirty-One – On Science Communication – An Interview With Dr Jesse Shore

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SORRY FOR THE DELAY – Libsyn upload was completely unhelpful and I did a ‘work-around’. MP3 of the episode is here!

Welcome to Episode Thirty-One! This week, after attending a workshop on evaluation, I had the chance to talk to the President of the Australian Science Communicators, Dr Jesse Shore!

He is the brain behind the science communication consultancy company Prismatic Sciences (based in NSW). His experience includes working at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney, coordinating public events, and science festivals. Dr Shore has served or is serving on state coordinating committees for National Science Week. He is also on working groups relating to the recent Inspiring Australia Report, which we discuss briefly during this interview.

Additional News: August 15, 2010, starting from 11am, at the Monash Science Centre, Clayton, Victoria – the Brains Matter Live show! Check out the Brains Matter podcast site for more at www.brainsmatter.com. Congratulations to the Science Bloggers Bec Crew of Running Ponies blog and the microblogger cbsquared_ – winners of the Big Blog Theory! Check out Bec reporting nationwide for Science Week in August. In addition, check your local science news for the national tour by Daniel Keogh, called “Why We’re the Stupid Species”.

This show is available on Zune, mp3 via Libsyn or iTunes. Speaking of  iTunes, you can find and rate all of the shows there, or  you can visit www.tokenskeptic.org – I’d love to hear your feedback at tokenskeptic@gmail.com. Theme songs are ‘P&P’ by Derek K Miller of www.penmachine.com and ‘365’ by Milton Mermikides, at www.miltonmermikides.com.

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