Our work The 2014 Conference The Science Communication Conference took place at the University of Surrey on 1-2 May 2014. Download the 2014 online programme. What happened at the 2014 Conference? Here's a selection of tweets, blog posts and reports that provide a lasting record of the 2014 Science Communication Conference. 2014 Conference Sessions The 2014 Conference report - summaries of each session and further resources Collected Thoughts 2014 - a collection of essays by Conference speakers that explore the topics of their presentations in more depth The Science Communication Conference Slideshare has all the presentations from past Conferences. Evaluation Download a copy of the Conference evaluation report. Twitter You can find general Conference chat with the hashtag #SciComm14 Storify of the session-specific hashtags - explore the tweets collected from the sessions! Blog posts Everyone should have the chance to learn about the wonders of science - Wendy Sadler Science Communication Communication - Julie Gould Data visualisation for public engagement - Martin Zaltz Austwick The role of design in science communication - Lizzie Crouch A manifesto for bringing women in science out of the shadows - Corrinne Burns One word, many meanings - Ben Valsler SciComm14 - How science is communicated - Christine Weber Communicating science - Rosie Amos Priorities in SciComm – Taking science out of the “cultural ghetto” - Alexis Webb Thoughts from the British Sci. Assoc. Science Communication Conference – sharing knowledge with new science communicators - Michael Conterio The ‘truth’ as a shared vision: Engaging under-represented audiences in science - Laura Fogg-Rogers Live blog - day 1 and day 2 - Nicola Osborne 25 years of science communication progress - Jonathan Sanderson Our supporters We would like to thank the organisations that helped to make the Conference possible: The Conference was organised in partnership with the Wellcome Trust. The Conference was hosted by the University of Surrey The Conference was supported by Digital Science Go back to this year's Conference.