Husband and wife Roger and Amy Aines offer their combined knowledge of science and communication. He is a chief scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; she specializes in helping scientists communicate ideas. They break down the mechanics of conveying information with specific guidance for scientists. They cover the use of jargon and acronyms, explain why details don’t always help and demonstrate good presentations. They provide the basics for new speakers with insightful examples. This is the right book for making a funding pitch and explaining tough material to a lay audience.
About the Authors
Roger Aines is chief scientist of the Energy Program at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Amy Aines, founder and CEO of Damianakes Communications, facilitates communication of scientific and technological ideas.