Craig Cormick

Craig Cormick is the President of the Australian Science Communicators. His communication research has been published in journals including Nature and Cell – which he suspects no one has ever read.

Craig Cormick is the President of the Australian Science Communicators. His communication research has been published in journals including Nature and Cell – which he suspects no one has ever read.

  • Checking the source: how to read a scientific paper

    Social media science scare stories often rest on inaccurate reporting of research. Reading journa...

    Wouldn’t it be great if scientific papers were written in such a way that anyone could easily access and understand t...

    June 26, 2018
  • If you want to propound the science, try a little empathy

    Taking the heat of debate is often more about feelings than facts, writes science communicator Cr...

    Why is it that for so many contentious science-based issues, explaining the science has so little impact on public co...

    December 18, 2017
  • The dilemma facing journalism

    The dark sides of science journalism.

    Let’s talk about the dark sides of science journalism – those things that look and sound like good independent scienc...

    November 8, 2016

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