Translating Science, Part 1 #550
February 09, 2020
Image from Nobu Tamura
This week, we're discussing the opportunities and challenges of using Zulu, a language that has traditionally been excluded from science journalism, to share discoveries with a new audience. Host Marion Kilgour speaks with Sibusiso Biyela, science communicator at ScienceLink and a contributor at South African science news website SciBraai.
- Decolonizing Science Writing in South Africa on The Open Notebook by Sibusiso Biyela
- Sibusiso Biyela
Sibusiso Biyela is a writer working as a science communicator at ScienceLink, and a contributor at SciBraai, a South African science news website. He also freelances as a science columnist for the Noseweek investigative journalism magazine, and makes cringeworthy science jokes on Twitter.
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