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Science Communication Presentation Transcript

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    • Linked since times immemorial: All progress whether in the field of pure or applied science is for society
    • Links in everyday life: Technology affects us all the time
    • Links with media: Technology drives message collection, production, dissemination
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    • usage of appropriate scientific terminology
    • demonstration of clarity of thought and expression
    • logical reasoning, ability to describe the results of experimental findings qualitatively and quantitatively
    • formulation of ideas and drawing of conclusions supported with sufficient data and evidences.
    • objective, precise and logical writing
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    • Only 30 words
    • What would be the first word
    • Give 5 Ws and 1 H : What, when, where, who, how and why
    • What sources will you use?
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    • One of the most accidental discoveries was the one of microwave. This discovery happened after a researcher walked by a radar tube and a chocolate bar melted in his pocket.
    • Starfish do not have brains.
    • Kangaroos lack ability to walk backwards.
    • 80 % of our brain is water.
    • Ants are so hardworking that they do not even sleep.
    • Mosquitoes like women more than men since they like smell of estrogen.
    • Giraffes have no vocal chords.
    • Astronauts can be up to 2 inches taller returning from space. This happens because the cartilage disks in the spine expand in the absence of gravity.
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    • First line of your story
    • Last line of your story
    • What is the most reliable source for your story?
    • What pictures will accompany your story?
    • Do you need graphs, tables or other illustrations?
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