2 thoughts on “Bits about science communication and engagement

  1. Darlene

    Thanks for reposting this and for enhancing the context so greatly. I enjoy reading your posts. Thanks again for the great work. So, how’d you come up with the name FrogHeart?

  2. admin

    Hi Darlene! Thanks for dropping by and for your kind comments. It means a lot to me. I saw that Nature gave one of the projects you’re involved with a shout out. I’ve been trying to figure out how to mention it here on FrogHeart but maybe this will have to do: http://www.sciencecheerleader.com/2010/08/a-nod-of-approval-from-nature-magazine/.

    As for FrogHeart, it started with a ring shaped like a frog that I purchased from a local museum store in 1986. A few years later I was working on a final project for a public relations certificate that required developing a logo and corporate identity and that’s where I first used a frog with a pencil on a lily pad for my identity. In 1994 after finishing a degree in Communications and working for a data communications company for a few years, I decided to launch my own business and one morning around that time I awoke thinking ‘frogheart’ (no idea why, maybe it was a dream). The lily pad changed shape and FrogHeart was born. Cheers, Maryse

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