Expand Your Impact

 You aren’t just looking to improve scicomm.

You want to make the world better through impactful scicomm tools + communities.

That’s what Meteor is for: boosting you to do inclusive scicomm with impact.

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Chat + rant about scicomm
challenges and solutions: join the
Meteor podcast conversation.

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Own your expertise
+ level up your scicomm
with our courses.

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Reframe your scicomm for
maximum impact. Contact us
for a scoping session.

Join us to develop and actualize your goals, strategies, and agency.
Together, we’ll amp up your individual power and organizational impact so
you get actionable and transformative results from your scicomm efforts.

Meteor is for science communication practitioners, developing or
mature scientists, and STEM professionals looking to enhance big-picture
capacity or build and refine the technical skills that fuel good scicomm.

About Us

We’ve both worked in the SciComm landscape for more than 7 years. What we want from scicomm training and capacity-building doesn’t currently exist. So we’re creating it: high-level convos and courses that are impactful, inclusive, & sustainable — for you and for us, together.

Meteor Podcast Episodes

  • Let’s give ’em something to talk about: Season 1 close-out Q&A
    In this episode, we’re talking with you about scicomm. We are answering YOUR questions, and we’re excited to rove widely through topics and questions you’ve sent us. We touch on the big picture 📸 and the nitty gritty of CVs, diversity and inclusion, pitching experimentation and assessment, and learning new things as a scicommer.
  • Balance, schmalance
    We don’t love how the phrase “work-life balance” implies tradeoffs. ⚖ For us, it’s more about work-life harmony. Getting work done *and* fulfilling ourselves along the way.
  • Grappling with our science wife identity
    There’s a whole sticky mess 🍯 of having time vs. making time, and it can drag you down, make you question your sense of purpose, and even put you at odds with folks you care about. This week, we tackle some ways of re-thinking time, time lines, and commitments.

Don’t want to keep track? We’ll email you on Thursdays, when new episodes drop! 👇📧

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