Science and social media: the changing face of science communication

A session at NDF2013

Tuesday 26th November, 2013

3:40pm to 3:50pm (NZMT)

Scientific knowledge is constantly changing. The way scientific communication and collaboration occurs is increasingly facilitated by social media as an interactive and accessible way to reshape it. This presentation will highlight the benefits of using social media to communicate science and discuss how scientific and educational institutions can use social media to their advantage to access and create quality scientific content.

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Kimberley Collins

Science geek, nature nerd & crazy bird lady. bio from Twitter

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New Zealand New Zealand, Wellington

26th27th November 2013

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Time 3:40pm3:50pm NZMT

Date Tue 26th November 2013


Soundings Theatre, Te Papa Tongarewa

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