Scientists hoping to improve the way they communicate with non-scientists, or anyone hoping to develop their science writing or blogging skills.
The course will be run in an interactive style with practical writing exercises throughout the day. Course attendees are asked to bring laptops or other writing devices. RSB will have a limited number of laptops available on the day.
Course tutor Rebecca Nesbit is a science press officer with a particular interest in blogging and online communications. She works on the communications for the Nobel Prizes, and her previous roles include press officer at the Royal Society of Biology, PR consultant for science and tech companies, and teaching honeybees to detect explosives.
Course tutor Tom Ireland is a journalist and editor specialising in science and health who has written for BBC News, The Observer, and New Scientist. He is managing editor at the Royal Society of Biology and edits its bi-monthly magazine, The Biologist.
“Very good examples and use of personal experiences to explain concepts”
“Really enjoyed the course - very informative and useful”
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A certificate of attendance will be provided after the event.
Lunch and refreshments are included.
For further information about the course please contact our training officer.
Cancellation with over 10 working days' notice = 100% refund, less 25% admin fee
Cancellation with 5-10 working days' notice = 50% refund, less 25% admin fee
Cancellation with less than 5 working days' notice = 0% refund
The Royal Society of Biology reserves the right to cancel or reschedule a training event up to 10 working days before the event is due to take place. A full refund will be issued.
If the Royal Society of Biology is required to cancel or reschedule a training event with under 10 working days' notice due to unforeseen circumstances, a full refund will be issued and 50% of attendee pre-paid travel will be compensated.