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Speaking to…Lizzie Crouch

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Lizzie Crouch

This feature podcast is part of a series of interviews with science communicators about science communication. Today we are Speaking to… Lizzie Crouch

Lizzie Crouch is a freelance science communicator working on a myriad of projects ranging from project managing Robert Winston’s website, to working to get designers and scientists to collaborate with the Design Science project.

In this podcast Lizzie tells of her experience in science communication as a freelancer, and that even though she has an absolute ball doing it, it’s not always easy.

You can follow Lizzie on Twitter at @Lizzie_Crouch or check out her latest projects on her website

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Speaking to… Dr Phil Marshall and the launch of Space Warps!

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This feature podcast is part of a series of interviews with science communicators about science communication. Today we are Speaking to… Dr Phil Marshall about citizen science project Space Warps

Today sees the launch of a new citizen science project called Space Warps! I spoke to Dr Phil Marshall from the astrophysics department at Oxford University to find out a little more.

Apologies for the not so great sound quality!

Also, keep your eyes and ears peeled for some more science communication from Dr Phil Marshall.

You can find out what is happening in this project on Twitter at @spacewarps

Speaking to… Dr Julie Sharp: Science communication and cancer

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Dr Julie Sharp
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This feature podcast is part of a series of interviews with science communicators about science communication. Today we are Speaking to… Dr Julie Sharp.

Communicating delicate subjects is not an easy task, and yet, Cancer Research UK makes it look relatively simple.

They’re science communication team needs to be able to communicate advanced and complicated science to an audience that relies on its progress. Unfortunately, this progress can sometimes be overhyped.

I spoke to Dr Julie Sharp, the senior science manager from Cancer Research UK, about how they manage to keep the calm.

Have a look at the CRUK blog which looks behind the headlines to find out just what is going on.