Friday, January 11 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
How the Secrets of Science-writing Can Improve Science Teaching (217)

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Drawing on the experience of a magazine editor, a science journalist and a science teacher who writes professionally, this session will give you the benefit of three perspectives on science writing and reveal how media professionals create compelling science stories. Learn how to engage people with science, spark their curiosity and keep them coming back for more. Discover how editors choose and package stories, get tips from a journalist and author on how to hone your own writing, and share in the experience of a teacher who has developed science writing as part of her career.

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Adam Brownsell

Royal Society of Chemistry
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Kit Chapman

Comment editor, RSC
I'm a journalist for Chemistry World, with more than a decade of experience covering the UK science and medical sectors. My first book, Superheavy, a history of element creation, will be published by Bloomsbury Sigma in 2019.
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Dr Kristy Turner

School Teacher Fellow, Bolton School/University of Manchester
I am a school teacher fellow uniquely splitting my time between teaching chemistry at Bolton School Boys' Division and the University of Manchester. I am an active researcher in chemistry education with research interests in assessment design, curriculum, modelling and transition... Read More →

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Royal Society of Chemistry

The world needs more chemical scientists, and chemistry skills can lead our young people into a vast range of fulfilling careers. We help people see the part they can play in the future of the chemical sciences, and we improve chemistry education. We believe that everyone should... Read More →

Friday January 11, 2019 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Poynting Physics Large LT (S02)