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Subject:New Science Communicators Assoc. in Oz From:Margaret Penman <Margaret -dot- Penman -at- ITS -dot- CSIRO -dot- AU> Date:Fri, 11 Nov 1994 18:04:16 +1100
A new association for Science Communicators called the Australian Science
Communicators (ASC) was inaugurated at the last ANZAAS conference in September
this year. Here's an extract from their Membership form.
".. A broad-based association to promote national awareness and understanding
of science and technology in Australia?" ASC includes science communicators
from media, government-funded research organisations, museums, universities,
education and industry...." Amongst other things they intend to publish
I know this sounds a bit parochial but very topical given the lastest
comments re: Maths Vs Writing and requests for more discussion on
non-computer related writing.
For more information please contact the secretary, Mr. Toss Gascoigne:
toss -at- enmech -dot- csiro -dot- au -dot-
margaret -dot- penman -at- its -dot- csiro -dot- au