by Ann Lokuta on March 1, 2013
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About Mind The Science Gap
Mind The Science Gap was a Science Communication Training blog that ran between 2012 - 2013.
Each semester, ten Master of Public Health students from the University of Michigan participated in a course on Communicating Science through Social Media. Each student on the course was required to post weekly articles here as they learned how to translate complex science into something a broad audience can understand and appreciate. And in doing so they were evaluated in the most brutal way possible - by the audience they were writing for!
THE SCIENCE OF RISKMind The Science Gap is supported by the University of Michigan Risk Science Center - check out riskscience.umich.edu for more articles about the science of health risks.
- Goodbye Mind The Science Gap
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