January 26, 2015

2:00 PM | Spotlight on Science/Mademoiselle Scientists: MySciCareer
Last week I was reading Biochem Belle’s blog post, Changing Course, Part 3: Open exploration. This post was a continuation …Continue reading →

January 15, 2015

1:00 PM | My Winter Reading List II
I hope you all are staying motivated and warm this winter. This Polar Vortex is insane. I like to keep …Continue reading →

January 12, 2015

3:00 PM | Advice I Wish My Younger Self Knew: STEM Edition
Happy New Year! This time last year I talked about taking action. 2014 was a very busy year and I’m excited …Continue reading →
8:18 AM | We're moving
Good morning! This isn't really a blog post but more an information post. We will be moving this blog onto our Royal Society of Chemistry LinkedIn group. Don't worry, we will still be on MyRSC in the groups where you can ask us questions and get in touch. Alternatively you can follow @CareersRSC or email us at Thank you all for reading and we hope to see you over at LinkedIn too.Posted by Charlotte Ashley-RobertsJan 12, 2015 9:18 am

January 06, 2015

7:53 PM | Communicating Science Through Storytelling: A Double-Edged Sword?
In this series of posts, I’m talking about pitfalls in framing a science message for a non-specialist audience. In the last post, I described a study that showed an association between university press releases that make exaggerated claims about biomedical research … Continue reading →

January 02, 2015

5:12 PM | Communicating Science Through Storytelling: Beware Exaggeration
Scientists are being encouraged to develop better communication skills and engage the public by finding the story in their research and tailoring it for a wider audience. I’ve certainly encouraged readers to design their science videos so that they tell a compelling … Continue reading →
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