How to use carefully crafted design, focusing on colour, to structure SOUND visual stories in web design and science communication.
We share our thoughts on the latest in science communication, publishing and policy, and provide updates on what we have been up to.
Last month we had the pleasure of delivering Story to stage, our first workshop on presentation techniques, to a group of researchers affiliated with NanoLund at Lund University.
Conflicts of interest can severely affect scientific objectivity, or at least appear to do so. But there are no uniform rules for disclosure and management of conflicts, so authors need to rely on journal guidelines and advice from their institutions and other organizations.
Inappropriate citation practices can lead readers astray or, at worst, generate scientific myths. To prevent this, researchers should be aware of the pitfalls of bias, distinguish fact from speculation and look up original sources.
Women are better represented in science today than a few decades ago, but progress has been slow. A recent guide provides recommendations for addressing implicit biases, collecting data on gender and improving grant-management practices in the European context.