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Science Communication is a scholarly journal looking at the nature of expertise, the diffusion of knowledge, and the communication of science and technology among professionals the to the public.
Communication 101: Communication Basics for Scientists and Engineers
A basic guide that helps you apply the basics of good communication to the specialized nature of scientific topics. Discusses how to choose the right words for your audience, developing a 3-point message, how to illustrate your points, and the role non-verbal communications plays in delivering your message.
Public Engagement with Science- Top Tips
A no-nonsense collection of tips for designing public engagement activities by Dr. Alice Bell from Imperial College London. Namely, know your audience, communication goes goth ways, and be realistic about your goals.
A Manifesto for the Simple Scribe
This is a rather illuminating collection of suggestions for the aspiring journalist...or scientist...on how to communicate with audiences outside your own disciplinary niche.
Scitable : Scientific Communication
Put together by Nature Publishing, this page includes a number of mini courses, guides and other material on how to effectively communicate scientific information with a wide number of audiences.
Science Communication & Science Journalism
Teh Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology has put together a rather good booklet looking at the role scientific journalism plays in advancing public understanding about scientific advances and their social applications, and how scientists can better communicate with journalists to get their message across.
National Association of Science Writers
Articles About Scientific Communication