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The final post in this series on how to understand and report science steps back to look at what science is, and what it isn't.
Reporting science involves talking about risk, but it must be done carefully. There are also certain words and images that should be avoided whenever possible.
In part three of our series on reporting science, we look at what's news, different types of science stories and red flags to watch out for.
This is the second part in a series on how we edit science, looking at hypothesis testing, the problem of p-hacking and how the peer review process works.
This is the first part in a series on how we edit science, looking at what science is and how it works.
The off-topic Conversation #118
The Conversation's FactCheck has become the first fact-checking team in Australia and one of only two worldwide accredited by the International Fact-Checking Network at the US-based Poynter Institute.
We’re keen to collaborate with more Australian media organisations to help restore some of the trust we’ve all lost.
Welcome to The Conversation’s off-topic space.
Lately at The Conversation we’ve been discussing how best to cover Donald Trump given the significant global ramifications of his presidency.