Can communicating about science make a difference? And can sharing stories about successful science communication inspire and drive action? You decide.

What happens when a scientist spots an inaccuracy in a Hollywood blockbuster? What chance do they have to get director to make a change?

Today’s story is one that’s told by an incredible science communicator, who also happens to be a well-known American astrophysicist AND the Frederick P. Rose Director of the Hayden Planetarium at the Rose Center for Earth and Space in New York City.¬†¬†Listen to the wonderful Neil deGrasse Tyson and hear his story. It’s funny and inspiring, and I hope that it makes you think “Ah! Stories! That’s the ticket…”