Centre planned to help science communicate

April 9, 1999

An international centre for science communication is being planned by the British Association and the Science Museum in London. The centre will run short residential courses to teach communication skills to scientists worldwide. It has the support of the United Nations' Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation and is due to be officially announced at Unesco's world conference on science at the end of June. The centre will be housed in a new building in South Kensington. Although there have yet to be any formal negotiations with Imperial College, London, it is hoped that the college will get involved.

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