Category Archives: Communicating Science

Communicating Science with Daniel Smith

Science seeks to understand the world that we live in. Scientists are often characterized as denizens of the laboratory, but the most crucial part of scientific work is observing and taking samples from the environment. When the scale of the … Read More »

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Communicating Science with Kyler Kuehn

Postdoc Kyler Kuehn (HEP) recently hopped on a plane for Washington, D.C. and attended the 5thInternational Canada-American-Mexico (CAM) Physics Conference. The conference, which is held every other year, is organized by and for graduate students from Canada, the United States … Read More »

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Communicating Science with Joseph Bernstein

Former postdoc Joseph Bernstein recently accepted a position as the Communications Lead for Physical Sciences and Engineering (PSE) with the Communications, Education and Public Affairs (CEPA) Division at Argonne. This is a new position at the laboratory created in 2012 along … Read More »

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