As such, it might pay off to start implementing dedicated positions and career paths focusing on accurate and efficient science communication in research institutions. Approximately 67% of respondents answered the optional Q1.18, where we asked for personal stories about successful experiences with science communication involving invertebrates. Although analyzing these answers is largely a qualitative task, we generated a word cloud in order to readily identify the most prominent keywords that appeared. As a result, we identified some recurrent topics that warrant further discussion.
In the late summer, hornets have become a more common sight in recent years. Keep your finger on the pulse of what is happening for invertebrates via the Buglife e-newsletters. Invertebrates live on land , in the sea and in water bodies such as lakes and rivers . Some species – such as dragonflies – live both on land and in the water, depending on their life … Read MoreRead More »