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#SacklerSciComm Nancy Baron @Nancy_BaronπŸ”Great finale after 2 days at #SacklerSciComm Inspired by one of the greatest sci communicators of all- Jane Goodall.
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#SacklerSciComm Christina Garber Rob @imthatfriend07πŸ” #SacklerSciComm one of my favorite funny slides #humans #anxiety #water
#SacklerSciComm Dr. Ahna Skop @foodskopπŸ”#SacklerSciComm one of my favorite funny slides #humans #anxiety #water
#SacklerSciComm Alisha Nanji @alisha_scicomπŸ” Good book on this topic by @AlexSalkever & @wadhwa #AI #driverlesscars #SacklerSciComm
Laura Helmuth @laurahelmuthπŸ”Weird how women are underrepresented in engineering but massively overrepresented in their damn robots. #SacklerSciComm
NatlAcad of Sciences @theNASciencesπŸ”The videos from livestream will be available at the Sackler YouTube Channel after the colloquium. Some presentati twitter.com ons may be withheld due to embargo of unpublished data.
Laura Helmuth @laurahelmuthπŸ”Scientists don't tweet enough, but when they do tweet, they share more info. TWEET MORE, PEOPLE. James Fowler at #SacklerSciComm
dominique brossard @brossarddπŸ” Might we start calling "lay people", just "people"? #sacklerscicomm #scicomm
CRI @CRIhealthyworldπŸ”The videos from livestream will be available at the Sackler YouTube Channel after the colloquium. Some presentations may be withheld due to embargo of unpublished data.
Caitlin S(cientist) @PaleophileπŸ”With I've been thinking about how many people think science communication is something you can just do.

I remember the time I casually thought I could do stand-up comedy because I'm funny. I ended up embarrassing myself for a very painful & awkward 5 minutes.


Outi Toijanniemi @Outi_TπŸ”I hear via the Twitter stream that some speakers are not slide-optimized for communication. This might help :)
Talicia Tarver @tillie_t77πŸ”So important. We should focus our scicomm efforts on "cultural literacy" rather than "science literacy".
The Chatty Scientist @TheChattySciπŸ” #sacklerscicomm Google doc summary: docs.google.com
Katherine Prater @katieepraterπŸ”
When you are a great scientist is too late to request to become great a good scicommer. Being good scicommer (or at least decently trying) needs to be part of the way to becoming a great scientist.
Grant Jacobs @BioinfoToolsπŸ”@ramblemuse Sounds great - good luck getting rid of the spam! #SacklerSciComm
Roy W. Smolens Jr πŸ¦ƒ @RWSmolensJrπŸ”Don't know if has mentioned , but here in Canada has taken the temperature of our culture
Roy W. Smolens Jr πŸ¦ƒ @RWSmolensJrπŸ”I haven't been able to watch any of the goings-on today, but I've kept up with the commentary, and I wondered if maybe I should just leave this here: . It's an oldy but goody.
FrancescaCole @ColeFrancescaπŸ” speaker comes from a family. She needed art on the walls to show the scientific work done at and made it happen.
Grant Jacobs @BioinfoToolsπŸ”Yes, there's a backstory, as there usually is. In recent years it's gained wider attention (as we all know!). I wasn twitter.com 't bandwagoning by the way, just chipping in :-) I have interests in this from research I was doing in the late '90s. Cheers!
Kleo Pullin @resolvingdustπŸ”Q from audience at is a familiar one: β€œDoesn’t using anecdotes/stories to persuade ultimately the undermine goal of valuing science/data? Doesn’t it win a battle at cost of the bigger war? (1/2)
PuspAnne Hakim @puspannehakimπŸ”Trusting scientists: better that lawyers, worse than doctors, just like accountants. Quite sobering
Roy W. Smolens Jr πŸ¦ƒ @RWSmolensJrπŸ”Great conference catch by from yesterday: knowing your audience is the lowest bar for ; acknowledging your critics twitter.com ? Exhibits self-awareness & respect for others ↗️ approach! πŸ‘πŸΌ
Carlos Guadian Orta @carlosguadianπŸ”Things about #SNA paper.li Gracias a @Fire_and_Skill #sacklerscicomm #london
Roy W. Smolens Jr πŸ¦ƒ @RWSmolensJrπŸ” illustrates his deft touch w/ & humor in this piece ~ on heels of twitter.com
STEAM Summer School @steam_schoolπŸ”And of equal importance, to this audience, is that these hierarchies of credibility create assumptions about what constitutes expertise, status, β€œevidence”... or, you know, who is chosen to speak on stage.
Roy W. Smolens Jr πŸ¦ƒ @RWSmolensJrπŸ” If anyone wants to write a guest blog post from my blog about #SacklerScicomm insights I’d be delighted to host you!
Roy W. Smolens Jr πŸ¦ƒ @RWSmolensJrπŸ”Even decades after the seminal works of G. Hifstede, F. Trompenaars, S. Schwartz, H. Triandis, E.T. Hall, et al ~ fol twitter.com ks are misappropriating research: is impacted by value prioritization.
Roy W. Smolens Jr πŸ¦ƒ @RWSmolensJrπŸ”hey audience! 2 learn more abt , c her keynote // community & prof society 4 STEM
Roy W. Smolens Jr πŸ¦ƒ @RWSmolensJrπŸ”Great finale after 2 days at Inspired by one of the greatest sci communicators of all- Jane Goodall.
Ginelle James @ginelle_jamesπŸ” "Humans are 90% water, basically cucumbers with anxiety.” #SacklerSciComm
STEMchanger @HowardGobsteinπŸ” For those interested in scientists' incentives for doing , please see leadership program at . Would be happy to discuss what we're learning re: need for scientist rewards/support:
Projectlifewellness @lifewellness11πŸ” Thanks all for the tweets from #SacklerSciComm. I'm enjoying following along!
Vanessa Collins @velocolliπŸ” Weird how women are underrepresented in engineering but massively overrepresented in their damn robots. #SacklerSciComm
Kristen Landreville @klandrevilleπŸ”@foodskop Your 4 minutes was one of the highlights of #SacklerSciComm for me! You rocked it!
Andrew Wetzel @CircleReaderπŸ”The science showing why communicating facts about a fraught issue doesn't change minds is vital to discussion.
Megan Serr @SerrMeganπŸ”Are you listening to Fred Gould's presentation on ? GES faculty Jason Delborne was also quoted in several articles on the issue yesterday.
Andrew Wetzel @CircleReaderπŸ”I'm making notes from : . Please comment or DM me your gmail docs.google.com if you'd like to edit the doc!
Andrew Wetzel @CircleReaderπŸ”Nice infographic on the Five Hallmarks of Pseudoscience by


Andrew Wetzel @CircleReaderπŸ”If judging takeaways from panelist composition: 1) young and non-white people don't have anything to say about , & 2) researchers don't actually need to be good communicators (if judging by slides)
Emmanuel Taylor @sustainrenewπŸ”Lunch conversations : (1) there needs to be more diversity; (2) we need to hear from more practitioners of ; (3) the incentive structure for academics REALLY needs to change.
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Andrew Wetzel @CircleReaderπŸ”For some reason watching , the gap between professionals and researchers is hitting me REALLY hard. Scicomm researchers - do you actively seek out scicomm training? Because you should.
MC Stardust ✨ @Summer_AshπŸ” When identity and evidence conflict, people choose identity. - Shanto Iyengar #SacklerSciComm #scicomm
Open Science @_open_science_πŸ”I spent time yesterday following the conference thread. Lots of interesting issues discussed.
Erin Gerecke @mulledscienceπŸ”I spent time yesterday following the conference thread. Lots of interesting issues discussed. twitter.com
طير وطاير @ffn9900πŸ”Watch
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Paleo_Bonegirl @Paleo_BonegirlπŸ” THREAD: Ready for a #scicomm tweetstorm on #SacklerSciComm highligh-TOO BAD HERE WE GO twitter.com
Abby Olena @abbyolenaπŸ”Speaker at claims journalists are incentivized to hype science and that there is no check on this motivation. Nope! Corrections, disdain of your peers--expressed here on Twitter--and reputation are strong motivators to get it right.
Jane Lubchenco @JaneLubchencoπŸ”At on academic incentives love hearing the voices (and cartoons) of alum Director & UW Dean on why they put communication at the centre of their endeavor to see their science matter. Kicks off session!
Ashley J. Llorens @ashleyllorensπŸ”Who knew that the crowd was into hip hop? For those that liked that verse from "Book of Days" - here's the rest of twitter.com the song:

Keith Eric Grant @ramblemuseπŸ”I've python scripts to download the tweets from , create an HTML archive, and do some word-use analysis. Will post wi twitter.com thin the next few days. Removing spam posts first.
I Am SciComm @iamscicommπŸ”I think that is awesome! It is self-selecting in the sense that only the interested public are going to attend, but g twitter.com reat! I was not following before I saw something in my feed and jumped on to chat so in a way that is a similar method.
PLOS Biology @PLOSBiologyπŸ” @EngageClimate @PLOSBiology More on this coming out as we speak, @smcnz: sciencemediacentre.co.nz #SacklerSciComm
CimazaVirologyComics @VirologyComicsπŸ”
That was a wonderful conference! Many thanks for the amazing opportunity to join from my couch in , more than 6000kms! I have to say that I totally didn't regret following in parallel w the twitter discussions - wonderful second layer to the talks! πŸ‘
CimazaVirologyComics @VirologyComicsπŸ”I'm leaving with the words of ; "each one, teach one" ready to enact what I've learned, connect with the new colleagues I met here to promote within/across disciplines
CimazaVirologyComics @VirologyComicsπŸ”100%. I'd also add this " IS NOT ONLY THE DISCIPLE OF REASON BUT ALSO ONE OF *ROMANCE* AND PASSION " _ . 😊 twitter.com
Smidgeons of Science πŸ”¬ @SciSmidgeπŸ” Whew, that was a lot of typing! See my #sacklerscicomm summary and notes (16 pages!): docs.google.com
Dr Ritu Trivedi @ritu_trivediπŸ”Our project is in line with the current session - we are trying to see if making scientists more relatable / visible on Instagram can change people's perceptions of their warmth.
Tess Mackey @TessMackeyπŸ”This survey
on science news consumption on seems relevant to talks about audiences
Liber Ero Fellows @LiberEroFellowsπŸ”I look at the agenda and see very few of those "younger scientists and communicators" in the line-up; distinguished speakers are good, but more diversity of age would be good too.
CoE Human Dev @CoEHumanπŸ” To effectively communicate research, pay attn to culture and language (your own and others)! ~Susan Scrimshaw #SacklerSciComm
Diana Chu @chud8πŸ”Things I learned today at : opportunities to share your storyβ€”even for 4 minutes β€”can have impact on others and your path in
jennifer cutraro @CuriousDaffodilπŸ”What a surprise to hear my @CarletonCollege pal @BSHalpern in this @theNASciences video @ #SacklerSciComm! m.youtube.com
FrancescaCole @ColeFrancescaπŸ”hey , speaking @ on Incentives 4 Scientists & Engineers 2 Communicate Their Research. As a Native American , she's adding 2 event that really lacks it
Nathan Tallant @TallantNathanπŸ”Love this! Leshner coined the term "glocal" - people only care about things at a local or personal level
Alie Caldwell πŸ§ πŸ˜»πŸ”¬ @alie_astrocyteπŸ”Leaving #sacklerscicomm, I’ve got lots more thoughts & feelings on this that I’ll dig into later
A. LeRoy Westerling @LeroyWesterlingπŸ”I had so much fun at - excited by plans for and to partner in advancing
Grant Jacobs @BioinfoToolsπŸ”@JLVernonPhD Could shift that slightly to the curiosity kids have, kept as adults, and put to serious investigative use? #SacklerSciComm
InsideUF @InsideUFπŸ”Any following the Colloquia and looking for more training in check out our new graduate class for Spring 2018: AEC6932: Communicating about Agricultural and Natural Resources Research
Erick Turner @eturnermd1πŸ” Here's a suggestion on how @theNASEM could foster reproducibility: have @PNASNews sign on to @RegReports. #sacklerscicomm

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