The programme and registration form for the Campus Gutenberg 2017 on Scientific Communication and Culture are now available. This year, we are celebrating the 7th edition of this event with a programme filled with different kind of activities that will fulfil all your expectations. The event will be attended by experienced professionals, who will share their knowledge and experience in round-table discussions, a laboratory of ideas, mini-talks and many other activities related to scientific dissemination.
We would like to remind you that all talks and discussions will be in Spanish.
This year, the Campus will take place on September 18 and 19 in Barcelona and will be hosted by the UPF Barcelona School of Management. We really encourage you to participate. You can register for free using this registration form.
Campus Gutenberg is an initiative dedicated to scientific communication and culture, led by the Master in Scientific, Medic and Environmental Communication (UPF School of Management) and by the “La Caixa” Foundation, in collaboration with the Studies Center on Science, Communication and Society from Universitat Pompeu Fabra (CCS-UPF), the Catalan Association for Science Communication (ACCC) and the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (FECYT).
This meeting has become a forum for discussion and exchange of ideas, which offers participants a big occasion to learn and explain, to share initiatives, experiences and proposals in the environment of scientific dissertation.
Our goal is to foster the different channels and formats that can be used in scientific journalism, communication and dissertation, as well as contemplating the changes that are taking place and the new strategies to follow in the future.
Furthermore, this year we have launched the “Gutenberg Awards 2017: Inspirational internship in Scientific Communication”, for which we encourage all concerned to share their good or bad experiences in projects or activities related to scientific dissertation. You can take part in this initiative through this form.