[ASC-list] Today at 1pm AEDT online: Partners in #scicomm event. Meet collaborators Simon and Paul of Scientell and find out how they managed to write 19 popular books on science and climate change.
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Welcome to this Partners in #scicomm event where we meet collaborators
accomplishing more together and ask them how they do it.
Simon Torok and Paul Holper are founders of Scientell Pty Ltd (
http://www.scientell.com.au/), a science communication and marketing
business specialising in planning and implementing communication strategies
for scientific, environmental and technical agencies.
Simon has worked in communication for more than 20 years. This included
Communication Manager for CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere, climate change
communicator at the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research in England,
and editor of CSIRO’s children’s science magazine, The Helix.
Paul has worked in the environmental research field for over 25 years, in
senior communication and research management roles. Past roles at CSIRO
include managing the Australian Climate Change Science Program, State
Relationship Manager for Victoria, and Communication Manager for
Together, Simon and Paul have written 19 popular books on science and
climate change, published by ABC Books, CSIRO Publishing, Oxford University
Press, and Pan Macmillan, several of which have been translated into
Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Korean and Hungarian.
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