Tell us your stories of research collaboration with EU countries.
Have you had successful collaborations between Aussies and EU? We’re writing stories for the EU Delegation and the French Embassy in Canberra, so tell us about your success.
Put your rising stars in front of the people who create factual content for billions of viewers around the world. They’re looking for new faces and new ideas and they’ll be in Brisbane in November. More below.
Changes at Science in Public
Marisa Cardoso has joined the Science in Public team. She’s based at our new Sydney office, and is leading our work for the new Digital Health CRC and other Sydney projects. She knows science marketing inside-out as a result of developing new business opportunities for UNSW across the world and then heading up the science marketing team.
Michael Lucy has joined us in Melbourne after a stint as features editor at Cosmos. Michael holds a science degree in nuclear physics balanced with a grad dip in creative arts.
Toni Stevens has moved from Science in Public after five years, to take up a communication role with the Ecological Society of Australia. As our chief of staff, Toni played a critical role in supporting the Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science, L’Oréal’s Women in Science Fellowships, and Fresh Science. She was instrumental in helping Science in Public to build the core team of eight we have today, based in Melbourne and Sydney.
ABC events at the Melbourne Museum
From #metoo challenging sexual harassment in science, to bringing extinct creatures back from the dead, and asking whether science has an image problem in schools—join ABC’s Natasha Mitchell and special guests in a series of thought-provoking Science Friction Live discussions at the Melbourne Museum.
They’re held from now through to December. Details below.
We’ve also got media training courses coming up in Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney, and Perth—where we help you turn your life’s work into an accurate story that works for the media, government, industry, and others.