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Helpful links and articles for storytelling in science

Below are links to some amazing resources that can help you improve your science storytelling:

A great article to help you understand basics: https://neuronline.sfn.org/outreach/scientific-storytelling-how-to-win-hearts-and-minds An experienced scicommer Sara Elshafie: https://www.sara-elshafie.com/scicomm/publications A super informative initiative by Rohini Chintha: https://www.popscicles.com/ A pdf full of resources:  https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5b8832965417fcf383171c1b/t/5f4ea82eb49307343b444b5c/1598990382297/SciComm+Resources+-+ElShafie+2020+9.1.20.pdf Reddit stack for science communication: https://www.reddit.com/r/sciencecommunication/new/ A great blog with lots of useful information: https://davissciencesays.ucdavis.edu/blog/best-practices-reporting-science-public 22 rules used by Pixar experts for storytelling: https://www.aerogrammestudio.com/2013/03/07/pixars-22-rules-of-storytelling/ The legendary Storygram series by Open notebook: https://www.theopennotebook.com/category/elements-of-craft/storygrams/

Some research articles that can help you:

How can we use the ‘science of stories’ to produce persuasive scientific stories? Storytelling and Story StructureArticle Storylines For Practice A Visual Storytelling Storytelling and evidence-based policy: lessons from the grey literature Article Storylines For Practice A Visual Storytelling
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