New edition of 'Guide to Communicating Science' published

Scientific research that doesn't get communicated to the public may as well not have happened at all.

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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