Science of any sort is a human phenomenon that should be shared, understood, and practised for community consumption. In this regard, this book discusses the communication skills necessary to demystify discourses in pure and hard sciences. The scenarios in this book provide opportunities for lecturers and students of pure sciences (i.e. Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Engineering and Medicine) to interact beyond the laboratories and surgical theatres with people other than those in their professions. On that basis, Dr. Bigambo recommends that all forms of knowledge should be shared with ease through strategic language use. He argues that pure science practitioners have a duty to explain their core functions to diverse stakeholders. They, therefore, need communicative competence skills. This book is a must-read for professors, lecturers, teachers, technicians and students of pure and hard sciences.