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Delicately fluted clouds
Spangled over Pescadero marsh
Just a stone’s throw from the coast.
The ocean may have been angry that day, my friends.
But the scudding clouds were something beautiful to behold.
31 mm | f/5.0 | 1/2500 | ISO 200
In other words, fast.
I made the image in a sliver of a second,
Which shows you just how cool the clouds were yesterday.
I hope you enjoy.
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science, science communication, scientific method, scientific communication,
by Abi Sofyan Ghifari
Science communication is increasingly needed these days. It is a wonderful tool to showcase what scientists do, translate knowledge from the laboratory bench to real-life applications, and narrow down distance between academia and society. Moreover, by communicating a scientific study and the research that supports it to the lay audience, we may reduce misunderstandings and pseudo-scientific rumours.
Earlier this year, I had a chance to showcase my skills in doing some science communication using photographs as media. The annual photography competition was held by the ARC Centre of Excellence in Plant Energy Biology, a research centre in The University of Western Australia, Perth Australia, where I do my research on plant mitochondrial biochemistry and plant biology. The competition was simple. All we need to do is to upload images showcasing related scientific activities, objects, or persons with a caption intended for avid readers. The idea is…
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