Navigating Responsible Science Communication

I recently sparked a rather lively discussion on Twitter regarding "the good and the bad" of science communication from the perspective of the academic researcher. It started when I shared this interesting article from Nieman Reports on the challenges in science communication.

"Scientists often complain to me about the poor quality of science journalism—that the science news they read or hear is too often misinterpreted, overhyped, or just plain wrong. I always tell them I agree. Then I tell them they are the only ones who can do anything about it."

View the Twitter discussion below: