We did it! 100 voices for scicomm in 50 days!
We’ve had such a great time working with our contributors and artists who made this possible and we’re delighted with the enthusiasm our readers and followers have brought to the initiative.
Tomorrow we’re going to present some of the highlights of the 100 voices campaign. But today we’d like to present the last set of voices and images in case you missed them.
As you might recall, we kicked things off 50 days ago with Canadian astronaut, Chris Hadfield talking about the impact of science communications on humanity.
— Science Borealis (@ScienceBorealis) September 6, 2016
So we thought it fitting that we finish our campaign with someone who spends his days bringing science to the children who represent our future.
We hope you’ve enjoyed this campaign as much as we have. Thank you all for your enthusiasm and support.
See the full collection in our Reflections: 100 Voices for Canadian Science Communication Gallery.
And don’t forget, many of our #scicomm100 images are available on mugs, stickers and as framed art on our Red Bubble store.