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  • A Passion for Clear Communication

    Fatos Kopliku, M.S.
    Science Writing
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    Can anyone explain DNA in three sentences?At our current stage of evolution, it is very unlikely. Perhaps in the future, if our speech develops further and deeper. What does this have to do with considering jobs outside Academia? Well, in my case, it is important because explaining science to non-scientist friends, occasional tutoring of cousins struggling with science classes, or discussing genetics on the national TV back home in Albania have all been experiences that I immensely enjoyed. And, lately, I’ve been considering whether I can carve a career out of it. However, it is a small episode from last summer that made me seriously consider a career focused on science, yet outside academia, and I’d like to share it with you. I associate drinking coffee in North America with work rush.  You grab a coffee ...