Alexander Hall
Assistant Professor, Interdisciplinary Science

Dr Alexander Hall is a science communication expert whose work explores the history of science in popular media. With an interest in the role of science in society, he is committed to empowering more active participation and engagement with science across diverse communities. He leads the Science in Society Lab, which carries out mixed-methods research that aims to empirically explore how pressing scientific issues affect, interact with, and are understood by diverse communities across Canada and beyond.

Dr Hall has an extensive track record working on large multidisciplinary research projects, is a co-founder of the International Research Network for the Study of Science & Belief in Society, and a former History of Science Section Recorder for the British Science Association.
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