Posts Tagged: communications

The “I can say ‘Danger: High Voltage!’ (or something to that effect) in more than one language” badge.

Basically for those forced to learn a new language in their pursuit of science. (M)

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The “I can say ‘Danger: High Voltage!’ (or something to that effect) in more than one language” badge.

Basically for those forced to learn a new language in their pursuit of science. (M)

The “I have served on a government advisory panel” badge.

Enjoying this experience is not a prerequisite. (GS)

The “I have served on a government advisory panel” badge.

Enjoying this experience is not a prerequisite. (GS)

The “I’ve published at the Science Creative Quarterly” badge.

Because Science Scouts are not above gratuitous product placements either.

The “I’ve published at the Science Creative Quarterly” badge.

Because Science Scouts are not above gratuitous product placements either.

The “I use twitter to spread science” badge.

Science in less than 140 characters is beautiful too (DN).

The “I use twitter to spread science” badge.

Science in less than 140 characters is beautiful too (DN).

The “Nyah nyah nyah nyah nyah, I’ve got a radio gig” badge.

In which the recipient plays a significant science performance role on radio. Bonus marks if recipient is wearing their lab coat during the broadcast. (SN)

The “Nyah nyah nyah nyah nyah, I’ve got a radio gig” badge.

In which the recipient plays a significant science performance role on radio. Bonus marks if recipient is wearing their lab coat during the broadcast. (SN)

The “non-explainer” badge (LEVEL III)

Where the recipient can no longer explain what they do to other scientists in their own field (M).

The “non-explainer” badge (LEVEL III)

Where the recipient can no longer explain what they do to other scientists in their own field (M).

The “non-explainer” badge (LEVEL II)

Where the recipient can no longer explain what they do to other scientists generally (M).

The “non-explainer” badge (LEVEL II)

Where the recipient can no longer explain what they do to other scientists generally (M).

The “non-explainer” badge (LEVEL I)

Where the recipient can no longer explain what they do to their parents (M).

The “non-explainer” badge (LEVEL I)

Where the recipient can no longer explain what they do to their parents (M).

The “worship me – I’ve published in Nature or Science” badge.

In which the recipient has research published at Nature or Science.

The “worship me – I’ve published in Nature or Science” badge.

In which the recipient has research published at Nature or Science.

The “respect me – I’ve published at an upper tier publication for popular science readership” badge.

In which the recipient has science works in print at publications with circulations of 50,000 or higher.

The “respect me – I’ve published at an upper tier publication for popular science readership” badge.

In which the recipient has science works in print at publications with circulations of 50,000 or higher.

The “I’m a freaking rock star who sings about science!” badge.

In which the recipient has released music where a science concept has been broached. (JH)

The “I’m a freaking rock star who sings about science!” badge.

In which the recipient has released music where a science concept has been broached. (JH)

The “inappropriate nocturnal use of lab equipment in the name of alternative science experimentation / communication” badge.

In which the recipient has “borrowed” scientific supplies for the sake of stealth scientific communication. (JG)

The “inappropriate nocturnal use of lab equipment in the name of alternative science experimentation / communication” badge.

In which the recipient has “borrowed” scientific supplies for the sake of stealth scientific communication. (JG)

The “I blog about science” badge.

In which the recipient maintains a blog where at least a quarter of the material is about science. Suffice to say, this does not include scientology.

The “I blog about science” badge.

In which the recipient maintains a blog where at least a quarter of the material is about science. Suffice to say, this does not include scientology.

The “I’ve been rejected by the New Yorker” badge.

In which the recipient doesn’t have a problem accepting aforementioned free drinks.

The “I’ve been rejected by the New Yorker” badge.

In which the recipient doesn’t have a problem accepting aforementioned free drinks.

The “I’ve been published at the New Yorker” badge.

In which the recipient has published a science piece at the venerable New Yorker. Pretty much means the recipient has to pay for drinks in subsequent meetings.

The “I’ve been published at the New Yorker” badge.

In which the recipient has published a science piece at the venerable New Yorker. Pretty much means the recipient has to pay for drinks in subsequent meetings.

The “Nyah nyah nyah nyah nyah, I’ve got a TV gig” badge.

In which the recipient plays a significant science performance role in TV. This badge is nullified if recipient is always shown wearing a lab coat. (JG)

The “Nyah nyah nyah nyah nyah, I’ve got a TV gig” badge.

In which the recipient plays a significant science performance role in TV. This badge is nullified if recipient is always shown wearing a lab coat. (JG)