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Demystifying Science Through Journalism

Nina Azrah Razali, Head of the Bureau of International Affairs, Academy of Sciences Malaysia

03-Apr-17 09:35

Demystifying Science Through Journalism

Nina Azrah Razali, Head of the Bureau of International Affairs at the Academy of Sciences Malaysia discusses how researchers and journalists can work together better, to make a difference in science news reporting in Malaysia.


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