Symposium: #SciComm for scientists who work with insects | part 1
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Science communication, or #SciComm, is an integral part of the scientific process. There has recently been increased awareness that scientists must be able to engage in dialogue with their colleagues and non-scientists as ambassadors and advocates for their work. As scientists develop, reading, writing, and eventually thinking in field-specific jargon becomes second nature. This professional skill is an obstacle for communication that scientists must consider when communicating with those outside of their field.
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