Time for RECESS!
‘Aha’! moments (also called ‘insight’) happen when your brain isn’t focusing on the problem you’re trying to solve. Scientific ‘aha’ moments lead to scientific breakthroughs. So for the sake of scientific advancement, take your lunch break!
Read about communicating
Although this article relates to how COVID information is disseminated to the public, the theories apply to all effective science communications. Click here
“Almost half of Australian adults struggle with reading.”…”It means they often struggle to understand writing in a way required for broad participation in work, education and training, and society”
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Why ‘x’ denotes the unknown
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Wednesday 14 July, 12-12:30pm (AEST)
How you conduct your science projects will have constraints – things that just cannot be compromised on. These constraints centre on ‘time’, ‘cost’ and ‘quality’ and are called the ‘triple constraints’. You cannot compromise or change one without compromising or changing the other two. Using the Triple Constraints as the basis for decision making in your project will ensure your project stays on track to deliver to expectations.
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You will have a lot of ‘good’ ideas throughout your scientific career, but unfortunately, not all of them will be well received by others. This webinar will give you tips on how to refine your scienctific ideas to increase engagement and collaboration with others. To watch the recording, Click here