The Foot Bone’s Connected to the Leg Bone | PLOS Blogs Network

0000-0001-8462-0271   How well do you know your body, inside and out? Appendix to adrenal glands, brain to biceps, cornea to cruciate ligaments–these are all pieces of our anatomy and we all have them. But VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE The Foot Bone’s Connected to the…

Science and art find common ground: the importance of storytelling | PLOS Blogs Network

0000-0001-8462-0271   Readers of SciCommPLOS undoubtedly know that we are strong advocates of communicating science through storytelling. Over the last several months we have featured pieces on narrative communication to forge citizen-scientist relationships, on connecting VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Science and art find common ground:…

Perceptions of Science in America: Takeaways for Your SciComm | PLOS Blogs Network

0000-0001-8462-0271 By Rose Hendricks, PhD, Researcher, FrameWorks Institute Sometimes it feels like much of the world is anti-science. GMO-free labels clutter our grocery stores, sea level rise threatens our coastlines, and some communities choose not VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Perceptions of Science in America: Takeaways…

Recognizing “Spin” in the Scientific Literature | PLOS Blogs Network

0000-0001-8462-0271 “The wheel is turning and you can’t slow down You can’t let go and you can’t hold on You can’t go back and you can’t stand still If the thunder don’t get you then VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Recognizing “Spin” in the Scientific Literature…

Connecting research communities through podcasts | PLOS Blogs Network

0000-0001-8462-0271 Have you ever listened to a podcast? A pretty silly question these days, we admit. Not long ago, however, such a question wouldn’t have seemed odd. Over the last several years, podcasts have become VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Connecting research communities through podcasts |…