Scientific research that doesn't get communicated to the public may as well not have happened at all, according to Scott Montgomery in his new book, a second edition of 2001's "The Chicago Guide to Communicating Science."
"There are no boundaries, no walls, between the doing of science and the communicating of it," wrote Montgomery, a lecturer in the University of Washington's Jackson School of International Studies. "Communicating is the doing of science. Publication and public speak
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