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Jul 27, 2018

Reporting from our recent Student and Early Career Scientists Conference 2018, RMetS Chief Executive Prof Liz Bentley is joined by Dr Felicity Perry, Head of Communication and Engagement at the John Innes Centre, to talk about the importance of communicating science and the best ways that scientists can 'get their message out'.

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Thank you for listening! Comments and ideas for future topics are always welcomed so please get in touch at jo.bayliss@rmets.org.

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