Communicate Your Science This Summer
Jun 25, 2014
Check out these SfN programs and resources available to help you communicate your science to the public:
- Get ideas for brain awareness activities and learn best practices for planning and running successful events.
- Review curated itineraries of BrainFacts.org content that could be used to plan a hands-on family fun event or a public lecture on three topics: stress and anxiety, learning and memory, and addiction.
- Share neuroscience in your area by collaborating with teachers, students, or community groups.
- Sign up today to have your contact information appear on a database of members interested in education outreach, and volunteer to be contacted by a member of your community.
- Explore accessible and engaging articles, images, and videos on neuroscience topics.
- Enhance your outreach activities by reviewing more than 130 lesson plans, hands-on activities, and other educational resources.
- Learn how to develop a short but informative way to communicate your research to a non-scientific audience.
- Exchange advice and best practices for effective science communication - register today »