Communication is an integral part of the daily business for a researcher. We are used to presenting our ideas to colleagues, mentors and collaborators, funding agencies and the rest of the research community. But today the need to step outside our offices and laboratories is more important then ever before. We need and want to have the public understand and support our research. But how do we present our work outside of our specific research field? How do we get others to understand the impact of our research?
The Arctic Frontiers Young Scientist Forum invited scientist-turned-Hollywood filmmaker Randy Olson to hold a 3-day-training in research communication prior to the start of the Arctic Frontiers Conference. Randy Olson was a professor in marine biology at the University of New Hampshire when he decided to switch direction and became filmmaker and communicator.
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