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  1. Andrew Chen

    ComSciCon at University of Virginia

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    ComSciCon at UVA is a science communication conference featuring skill-specific workshop. In today’s climate, the need for proper science communication is more important than ever. Science has expanded and made incredible strides towards improving our daily lives and health. However, the general public does not always trust scientific data, and many public policies are not based on science. This often stems from poor communication between scientists and the general public or policy makers. Scientists are often misunderstood because they cannot clearly articulate their message in simple,
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