On Tuesday November 10th at 19:00h professor Steve Miller will give the opening session of the 21st edition of the Master’s degree in Scientific, Medical and Environmental Communication from UPF Barcelona School of Management by giving the lecture The Public Impact of Impacts: How the media play in the death of Dinosaurs debates.
Steve Miller is professor at the Department of Science and Technology Studies from University College London, where he teaches and researches in science communication, public communication of science, science and society, outreach and engagement activities.
Nowadays he is involved in the RRI Tools European project, led by “la Caixa” Foundation, and is a member of the Scientific Committee of the Public Communication of Science and Technology network (PCST). Prof. Miller has been the Director of the European Science Communication Workshops (ESCOnet) and of the European Network of Science Communication Teachers (ENSCOT)
Carme Martinell, director of the UPF Barcelona School of Management and Ignasi López Verdeguer, director of the Science Department of “la Caixa” Foundation will be at the event. Vladimir de Semir, codirector of the Master’s degree and Gema Revuelta, codirector of the Master’s degree and director of the Studies Center on Science, Communication and Society from Universitat Pompeu Fabra (CCS-UPF), will also be there.
The conference will be in English and will take place at the UPF Barcelona School of Managment main office (c/Balmes, 132, mapa).
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