"Know-how for science communication - how barriers can be bridged. Research works best when it is recognized by politics and society. An important basis is trust. The “Science with Society” project has produced various short videos on how scientists manage to build up this trust and communicate successfully."
GYA member Alma Hernández-Mondragón explains how she has pursued a career outside the laboratory, at the science–policy interface. Read the article here
An Egyptian scientist has succeeded against the odds thanks to her unique scientific achievements with her genuine zeal to support women in science worldwide. https://bit.ly/3JlIO2c
GYA alumnus Kai Chan (University of British Columbia, Canada) was recently selected to the Canada Research in Rewilding and Social-Ecological Transformation Chair by the Canadian Government. Read more here.
GYA member Goran Bandov (University of Zagreb, Croatia), has co-authored a new book titled “Diplomatic stamp - Completely personal”. The book contains 105 short stories from his experience in Croatian foreign policy.
Episode 5 of “Voices of Young Scientists” features an interview with GYA Co-Chair Roula Inglesi-Lotz (University of Pretoria, South Africa) discussing social media usage and how we can set a better example for our students and mentees by sharing our struggles in academia – and especially how we can overcome them.
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