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Happy to announce our latest partnership with the Turtle Survival Alliance (TSA)! TSA works around the world to save critically endangered turtle species. I was lucky enough to attend the 14th Annual Symposium on the Conservation & Biology of Tortoises & Freshwater Turtles in New Orleans Jacqui, look! Henry sneaked in and made a lot…
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3 places left in the upcoming CAT walk. Support tiger conservation and get the chance to walk where tigers still roam! If you can't make it to this one, the next one is in Nov.
The NUS-ANU Joint M.Sc. in Science Communication aims to foster in its participants the skills necessary to:
- be competent, confident, effective communicators of science and technology to the general public and school-age audiences
- develop materials for effective communication to non-specific audiences
- propose and supervise project work and other scientific activities
- develop strong lifelong learning habits
Applicants seeking admission to the course for the NUS-ANU Joint M.Sc. degree program in Science Communication must have a Bachelor degree in Science with Honours (or equivalent) from a reputable university.