TEDX partners with scientists to support research and teaching, foster collaborations, and provide resources for effective communication of science to government, nonprofit, media, and public audiences. We create interactive tools, promote best practices, and provide opportunities to share and learn from each other.
Wondering if a chemical has endocrine effects? Check out the TEDX List of Potential Endocrine Disruptors.
Hear scientists describe their endocrine disruption research in our Webinars & Presentations. Slides and related resources are available to download. Great for students!
Hear scientists answer pressing questions on health threats posed by unconventional oil and gas in our podcast Fracking and Health: Ask an Expert.
TEDX uses Systematic Review methods recently developed for the field of environmental health to answer pressing research questions. We are working with government and academic scientists to create training materials so you can learn these new methods. Learning systematic review methods will make you a better peer-reviewer, editor, and scientist — and help your research get published.
The work is not done until the science is communicated.
Learn valuable tips on how to communicate your science to many types of audiences using resources from the Union of Concerned Scientists. See their how-to guide, Science in an Age of Scrutiny: How Scientists Can Respond to Criticism and Personal Attacks.
Get free media training and outreach to journalists to help promote your publications through the Science Communication Network.
Learn how to effectively communicate science on controversial issues in this comprehensive report from the National Academies of Science.
Apply for a Science Communication Fellowship to learn how to engage with journalists and the public about research related to safer materials and a healthy future.
Learn how to communicate complex topics in clear, vivid, and engaging ways through the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science.
Read Science Mag's tips and tools from leading researchers on how to keep up with the latest scientific literature.