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A Decade of Engagement

As we’ve mentioned in past editions of this newsletter, 2020 marks our tenth year in business. Over the last decade we’ve had the good fortune to work on a multitude of fascinating projects with amazing clients and partners. One project that is most memorable for us and speaks to the power of engaging with local […]

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Science Communication Resources

Bridging the divide between science and the public is more important than ever. As we practice social distancing and adapt to a new normal, communicating science might seem more daunting than before, but we are here to help! We’ve put together a list of science communication resources that have helped us over the years, including […]

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Why TED Talks are the Key to Science Communication

Hey Scientists, Be More Like TED The collective phenomena of TED (Technology, Entertainment and Design) talks have changed public awareness, discourse and action around many large issues. They successfully connect complex issues to non-technical audiences, an ideal in science communication. Hans Rosling’s presentations brought to life big data around human population, health and income, while […]

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Green Fin + RVA =❤️

We’re in love, we’re in love and we don’t care who knows it. The new year brings new changes for many. For us, it’s welcoming 2018 with our new name, Green Fin Studio, and our new main office location in downtown Richmond, Virginia (or RVA as it’s known locally). The many creative business ventures and events […]

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Taking Science Communication to School

More and more schools and teachers are interested in incorporating science communication into their curricula. For good reason. Whether students will pursue a career in the sciences or not, making sense of science is important for both the messenger and the audience. Our team at Green Fin Studio works with teachers from middle school through […]

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