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Science Through Visual Stories

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On July 22, The Leakey Foundation hosted a free webinar with global change biologist and science communication educator Sara ElShafie. The recording of “Science Through Visual Stories” is now available!

This webinar will help make your science communication more effective by teaching you how to create aesthetically pleasing and informative science visuals including presentations, figures, photographs, posters, and other visual media.

Sara ElShafie has provided a list of additional science communication resources. Click here to download the PDF.

We are working on a blog post with a list of visual science communication resources and free tools. We’ll add the link here when it has been published.



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