On September 12, 2018 Denmark will have a national campaign to create awareness on girls and women in science. The initiative is called Girls Day In Science and it is hosted in cities all over the country.
This summer a year had passed since I committed fully to Astronomicca in 2017. Read about some of the projects I have spent my time on as full-time science communicator.
My goal is to make science communication as efficient as possible for scientists. Here I have gathered three online setups, that I believe every active scientific researcher should have.
Kompakte objekter er mine favoritter i rummet. Men denne gang skal vi ikke se på de enkelte døde stjerner – vi skal se på dem, der lever i par.
Hvad er en neutronstjerne egentlig? Og kompakte objekter? Og hvordan forholder man sig til noget, der er så ekstremt?
Hvor stort et Universet? Hvor er kanten? Hvad udvider Universet sig i? Læs svarene her.
How big is the Universe? Where is the edge? What does the Universe expand into? Find out here.
Direct access to the Internet makes it easy for us to acquire not only knowledge but also false information. How do we filter online content from reliable sources?
As a scientist you might be wondering if blogging is for you and what the benefits are if you decide to start blogging. Especially since time and resource are limited factors for you, so you want to prioritize your efforts to get a high impact.
You might be thinking "I'm not even using any online media to promote myself - I just have a page with contact info on my local university website. I don't need anything else. My science speaks for itself." Well, here is the thing: You *are* branding yourself!