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Combining science and narrative storytelling to touch lives and effect meaningful change.

The Centre for Science Communication is one of the world's largest postgraduate facilities for teaching the practice of popularising science. We are also a leading research centre in the academic discipline of Science Communication. The scholarly field of Science Communication focuses on the complex and ever-changing relationship between the general public and the scientific community (including political, pedagogical, entertainment and informative dimensions). In addition to a general undergraduate minor in Science Communication, our postgraduate course offers endorsements in filmmaking, writing, and science and society. 

Film

Science and Natural History Filmmaking

Learn how to take factual filmmaking to new heights.

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Science in Society

Learn how to communicate science in the digital realm or in the physical world of museums and other places.

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Creative Nonfiction Writing

Discover how to communicate science most effectively with the written word.

Featured Student Work

This month, we feature the work of Joshua Mayo and Moritz Katz (class of 2014). Their film The Wild Wet explored the planet's most ancient rainforest in the far northeastern corner of Australia, where the descendants of dinosaurs still roam. Josh and Moritz's film won multiple awards, including: Kiwi International Film Festival: Winner Documentary Short Film 2015 * Environmental Film Festival Australia: People's Choice Best Short Film 2015 * Green Screen International Wildlife Film Festival: Best Independent Film 2015 * The 38th International Wildlife Film Festival: Best Student Film 2015 * Matsalu Nature Film Festival: Best Low Budget Film 2015 * Wildlife Film Festival Rotterdam: Best Nonprofessional Documentary 2015.

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