#SciComm for the Win!

Strategic consulting on science communication, policymaking and civic engagement.
Aaron HuertasScience Communicator

I’ve been helping scientists and their institutions share their research and tell their stories for more than 10 years. That work feels more important than ever. Whether it's talking to the media, testifying before policymakers or marching for science, researchers are realizing that civic and political engagement can and must be part of their mission.

Services and Resources


Past Work and Clients

American Geophysical Union

Sigma Xi

March for Science

Blog and Writing


Here’s What the New America Foundation Should Have Said About the Google Story
The New America Foundation, a prominent think tank in DC, is facing scrutiny over its decision to sever ties with[...]
When Integrity-checking is More Important than Fact-checking: More Bad Faith from Bret Stephens
Yesterday, I posted a quick series of Tweets in response to Bret Stephens's latest climate column for the New York[...]
Beyond the Blame Game: Harvey’s Climate Coverage Shows Us How to Responsibly Respond to a Disaster
Climate scientists, science communicators and journalists have been doing a great job responding to Hurricane Harvey. This is the result[...]
Seven Guidelines for Making a Newsworthy Science Press Release
Every once in a while, someone in media or communications will declare the press release is dead. But the truth[...]
Katharine Hayhoe, Master Science Communicator, Talks Shop with America Adapts
Katharine Hayhoe, an evangelical climate scientist who's one of the best science communicators out there, just did an excellent interview[...]
Science as Service: The Role of Researchers as Public Advocates
I wrote a post-Science March opinion piece for Undark.org. The bottom line? We need to do more to help people[...]