We need to stop punishing scientists for talking to the public

Laurance, Bill (2015) We need to stop punishing scientists for talking to the public. The Conversation, 12 May 2015. pp. 1-3.

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[Extract] As scientists, my colleagues and I are often told we need to engage the general public and decision makers, to use our expertise to inform public discourse and debates and to reach a far wider audience than just our professional colleagues.

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Keywords: Australia, ERA, HERDC, popular writing, public outreach, refereed publications
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