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Science communicators need to rinse and repeat


Te Pūnaha Matatini study finds hands-on training prompts better reflection, deeper insights

Academics in New Zealand have designed a “cardboard laundromat” to get their fellow scientists thinking about how public engagement with science needs to be embedded in research practice.

Researchers at New Zealand’s Te Pūnaha Matatini Centre of Research Excellence used a “pop-up cardboard laundromat” across several events to gain insights into how communication and research interact.

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