In this podcast transcript hosted by Alice Fleerackers, Nisse Greenberg, the program director of the Story Collider is invited to discuss the importance of story structure in communicating science. They discuss how structure helps to build and break tension, which is important in keeping an audience engaged. He also discusses different strategies for building tension and the importance of breaking expectations in order to keep an audience engaged. The podcast also covers the role of vulnerability and authenticity in storytelling and the importance of finding one's own voice in telling science stories.
Episode 2 of the Telling Science Stories podcast.
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