The following is a comprehensive list of all of the resources, projects, and useful websites that we have collected so far. We are always adding to this list, and if you are aware of a project not listed below, please feel free to contact us!
||Video series created by graduate students and used in local high school visits. Based out of the Alan Alda Center at Stonybrook
|Science Entertainment Exchange
||Matchmaking program for scientists and multimedia entertainment specialists (film students to Hollywood producers). Based out of UCLA.
|Public Radio Exchange (PRX)
||Website to publicly publish your own radio program. They are currently looking for science stories!
|Weekly Space Hangouts||Communication||Google+ Hangout||Weekly Space Hangout aims to bring you the top stories in astronomy every week with in-depth analysis by a team of space journalists and aficionados. Be sure to watch for the occasional special guest or on-location reporting!||Click here|
|Virtual Star Party||Communication||Google+ Hangout||Tune in to see professional and amateur astronomers observing space phenomena in real-time!||Click here|
|Sonic Soiree (Boston)||Communication||Meet-ups||Ari Daniel hosts radio listening parties, potlucks, and meetups for scientists interested in science communication.||Click here|
|Listen Current (formerly Listen Edition)||Communication||Radio/Podcast||Connects educational materials to science podcasts for K12 teachers.||Click here|
|Story Collider||Communication||Radio/Podcast||A podcast that highlights the personal stories of scientists.||Click here|
|Transom||Professional Development||Radio/Podcast||Want to make a podcast but don't know where to start? Transom provides online training for radio broadcasters!||Click here|
|SciFund Challenge||Professional Development||All||This website provides online workshops, training, and materials to get you started with science communication, education, and outreach.||Click here|
|AstronomyCast||Communication||Podcast||Fraser Cain (Universe Today) interviews astronomers about all things space-related!||Click here|
|Science Communication Portfolio||Professional Development||All||The University of Hawaii at Manoa provides this excellent training document for scientists wishing to improve their communication skills.||Click here|