[ASC-media] Better communication

Julian Cribb jcribb at work.netspeed.com.au
Fri Jul 27 07:28:13 CEST 2007


Colleagues -

 

Chris Casella and I have spent recent months upgrading and beta-testing the
new ScienceAlert website. It is now working well and we would like to bring
it to the attention of ASC members and their organisations.  Please feel
free to circulate the following message to your scientists, managers and
colleagues who may be interested, as an opportunity to promote their
achievements and views at no cost.

 

Best regards,  Julian

 

 

ScienceAlert - showcasing Australian science

 

ScienceAlert is Australasia's fastest-growing science website, with reports
from all the main scientific R&D institutions.  It is also the leading site
for science jobs and opinions and has a unique, searchable scientific
conference calendar.

 

ScienceAlert is the only site dedicated exclusively to science carried out
in Australia and New Zealand and, as a result, its news, features and
opinion articles are picked up by media round the world.

 

Anyone carrying out scientific research in a reputable institution in
Australia may submit a plain language report or media release on the
findings, an authoritative opinion on a current issue, or a feature article.
There is no charge. Simply send the report to: editor at sciencealert.com.au

 

Any scientific institution may advertise a scientific conference, seminar or
other event on ScienceAlert for free at:
http://www.sciencealert.com.au/include-your-events.html

 

Scientific positions vacant may be advertised on ScienceAlert for free at:
http://www.sciencealert.com.au/include-your-jobs.html

 

Editors and publishers of journals, newsletters and other media are welcome
to reproduce any article, news report or opinion appearing on ScienceAlert,
at no charge.

 

Any researcher wanting to keep in touch with developments in their research
field in Australasia can receive the latest news by subscribing to an RSS
feed or an email alert.  These can be filtered to your broad area of
scientific interest.

 

Any scientific body, learned society or research group can run the latest
Australasian science news, continually updated, on their website.  This can
also be categorised according to field of interest. Contact us for details.

ScienceAlert is provided as a public service to Australasian science, in the
interests of better communication.

www.sciencealert.com.au

Julian Cribb, FTSE

Adj. Professor, UTS

Julian Cribb &Associates

Editor: R&D Review, ScienceAlert

 

 <http://feeds.feedburner.com/sciencealert-latestnews> ScienceAlert-Latest
News

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