Voices for Canadian #Scicomm100 – Weekly Recap: Sep. 6 -9, 2016

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This week marked the beginning of our “Reflections: 100 Voices for Canadian Science Communication” campaign, where we’re sharing 100 quotes from Canadian scientists, artists, and thinkers about what science communication means to them. The response thus far has been phenomenal and we want to maintain this momentum.

We’re excited not only to share these #scicomm100 quotes with you, but to introduce you to both the talented artists who have created each drawing, and the Canadians who have so generously donated their time by providing a quote.

We also want to hear from you! What does science communication mean to you? What are your thoughts on the quotes provided so far? Who would you like to hear from about science communication in Canada? Join the conversation here on our site, on Twitter using the #scicomm100 hashtag or chatting with us on Facebook.

Here are the quotes from the past week:

Chantal Barriault image by Raymond Nakamura

 

Chris Hadfield image by Jen Burgess

 

Elizabeth Howell image by Raymond Nakamura

 

Eric Meslin image by The Vexed Muddler

 

David Waltner-Toews image by The Vexed Muddler

 

Bernadette Conant image by The Vexed Muddler

 

Stephen Heard image by The Vexed Muddler

 

"I love being among the first to hear about new discoveries from the scientists who made them. And I love the challenge of understanding and sharing those discoveries with our readers." - Emily Chung, art by <a href="http://twitter.com/vexedmuddler" target="_blank">The Vexed Muddler</a>. Originally posted on September 9th, 2016

Emily Chung image by The Vexed Muddler

 

See the full collection in our Reflections: 100 Voices for Canadian Science Communication Gallery.

Meet this week’s artists: Jen Burgess,  Raymond Nakamura and The Vexed Muddler.

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