Category Archives: Science communication

Open Access publishing: when the interests of scientist and employer collide

About a week ago Lou Woodley (@LouWoodley) of asked on twitter what experiences scientists have with Open Access publishing. I was made aware of her tweet by Jon Tennant (@ProtoHedghog – thanks, Jon!), and wrote her a long email … Continue reading

Posted in MfN Berlin, Open Access, Science communication | 1 Comment

Illiteracy, bad faith or gobbledygook? Chinese whispers of my talk

There is a wonderful table floating around the Internet that translates key words used by scientists, but also gives the terms usually erroneously understood by the public. I don’t remember where I got it from, I have to admit. it … Continue reading

Posted in CMNH, Dinosauria, Open Access, Science communication, SVP 2011, Theropoda, Tyrannosauridae, Tyrannosaurus | 9 Comments