Fifty Shades of Grey: Communicating Rocks
Scottish geologist and TV documentary presenter Professor Iain Stewart on the challenges facing science communicators. Prof Stewart delivered the inaugural UNSW Scientia Lecture following his receiving the inaugural Scientia Medal. Stewart, who is Professor of Geoscience Communication at Plymouth University in the UK, will gave his talk on the topic of 50 Shades of Grey: communicating rocks. Dubbed geology's "rock star" by the Guardian, he is well known for his intrepid adventures on TV while explaining the science of earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunamis and the volatile history of our planet.
|Fifty Shades of Grey: Communicating Rocks|
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