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Thank you!

Thank you to all the nSCI volunteers and supporters who made our work possible in 2013. We had a productive year and are looking forward to to an even better 2014! There's a lot of work to be done in science communication. Your continued help and support are what make it all possible.

In case you've been too busy this year to keep up with the top stories in science communication (and assuming you have time now!), click on the button below to review some of these from our 2013 newsletters. And listed below this button are the top-10 most-read news items from our website last year — not all strictly science communication news, but still well worth the read.

Happy holidays!

Glenn Hampson
Executive Director
National Science Communication Institute
nSCI newsletter archives

Our most-read science stories

A closer look at weather modification technology today

Product-oriented STEM education

Heat-trapping gas passes milestone, raising fears

Improving science access through infographics

Supersize science

Is there pressure to publicize?

The Economist broadsides science

Can jellyfish unlock the secret to immortality?

Finding the visible in the invisible

Bioprinting and immortality

Top photo © Sunday Times, UK. Most of the other photos and logos on this page are also copyrighted (as noted in the source links).

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