35 min

Andrew Neff - "Scientists are not always very transparent" Neuroethics Today

    • Sciences

During Episode 2 of Season 2, we decided to discuss one of the most relevant topic in neuroscience and neuroethics: Science Communication. Katherine Bassil - founder and host - together with Dr. Andrew Neff - creator of Neuroscience from Underground - discuss the importance of science communication, its challenges and pitfalls. We covered questions such as: What are the faux-pas of researchers, journalists, and the consumer (or the general public) in science communication of neuroscience research? What are the implications of uninformed consumers? What can scientists do to better communicate their science in a transparent, honest, and correct way? This episode is just the ride dose of neuroethics for you this month.

Useful Links:

Neuroethics Today website
Neuroethics Today on Twitter
Neuroethics Today on Instagram
Neuroethics Today Merch
Neuroethics Today Blog (new!)


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During Episode 2 of Season 2, we decided to discuss one of the most relevant topic in neuroscience and neuroethics: Science Communication. Katherine Bassil - founder and host - together with Dr. Andrew Neff - creator of Neuroscience from Underground - discuss the importance of science communication, its challenges and pitfalls. We covered questions such as: What are the faux-pas of researchers, journalists, and the consumer (or the general public) in science communication of neuroscience research? What are the implications of uninformed consumers? What can scientists do to better communicate their science in a transparent, honest, and correct way? This episode is just the ride dose of neuroethics for you this month.

Useful Links:

Neuroethics Today website
Neuroethics Today on Twitter
Neuroethics Today on Instagram
Neuroethics Today Merch
Neuroethics Today Blog (new!)


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Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/neuroethicstoday/message

35 min

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