In 2018, Capital Science Communicators (CapSciComm) celebrated five years of community building and career encouragement in California’s Capital Region — Sacramento, Davis, and beyond. When we launched in April 2013, we set out to connect local science communicators with resources and networks for professional advancement, whether you were a professional or a student, working in … Continue reading #KeepScienceSpicy: Capital Science Communicators Celebrates Five Years in Sacramento
This month, scientists are getting together in coffee shops, bars, and living rooms around the world to support Puerto Rico’s long-term recovery. The grassroots organization 500 Women Scientists and the nonprofit Ciencia Puerto Rico (CienciaPR) are partnering through the "Science Salons for Puerto Rico" Campaign to raise funds to transform science education in the archipelago. … Continue reading CapSciComm + Sac Science Distilled Announce March 21st Benefit for Puerto Rico Science Education
The UC Davis Chancellor's Colloquium Distinguished Speaker Series with Alan Alda was a hot (and free) ticket, selling out in about two days! We want to help match those still seeking tickets with those who have extra tickets to give up, since many people ordered the maximum of two as precaution. If you need tickets … Continue reading CapSciComm Ticket Exchange: Offer Your Spare Seat to the Alan Alda UC Davis Colloquium
The benefits of science to our society are difficult to deny.
To our environmental writer friends from around the country — welcome to Sacramento! We are excited to have you in our fair city this week for the Society of Environmental Journalists 26th Annual Conference. Sacramento is the capital city of the great State of California — the sixth largest economy in the world. Much of our … Continue reading Capital Science Communicators Welcomes the Society of Environmental Journalists
Capital Science Communicators is now listed with the National Association of Science Writers (NASW). CapSciComm now appears on the "Local Science Writing Groups" page on the NASW website (http://www.nasw.org/local-science-writing-groups), joining a network of science communicators groups from around the United States. The Summer 2013 issue of ScienceWriters, the membership magazine of NASW, also announces the arrival … Continue reading Capital Science Communicators Added to @ScienceWriters Family
Thanks for stopping by -- we've just kicked off our new association and we're now getting our online presence off the ground. Learn more about our mission on the Who We Are page. Follow us on Twitter, and use the hashtag #CapSciComm in your tweets to share your science news, events and messages and to connect … Continue reading The Launch