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What is Science Communication?
Science Communication refers to the process of conveying information to the general public and raising awareness of scientific research, discovery, and application.
Why is Science Communication an important topic?
Science Communication is a topic that has grown immensely in recent years due to the increasingly pervasive role of science in the daily lives of the public. Communicating about science in a way that is easily understandable by the general public is necessary to build bridges between the scientific community and the world community as whole. Science Communication is also practical and necessary in developing government policies regarding the environment, health, technologies, etc.
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