Science communication in the field of fundamental biomedical research (editorial)
The aim of this special issue on science communication is to inspire and help scientists who are taking part
or want to take part in science communication and engage with the wider public, clinicians, other scientists or policy makers. For this, some articles provide concise and accessible advice to individual scientists,
science networks, or learned societies on how to communicate effectively; others share rationales, objectives and aims, experiences, implementation strategies and resources derived from existing long-term
science communication initiatives.