Sharon Dunwoody and the Science of Science Communication

Sharon Dunwoody and the Science of Science Communication

Our 2022 post for 11-F (11th of February), is dedicated to Sharon Dunwoody, who passed away this week, although she will undoubtedly remain alive for many years among the people who do "the science of science communication". That is, those who study how the advances...

To know if citizen science is successful, measure it

To know if citizen science is successful, measure it

As you read this, thousands of ordinary people across Europe are busy tagging, categorising and counting in the name of science. They may be reporting crop yields, analysing plastic waste found in nature or monitoring the populations of wildlife. This relatively new...

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Sharon Dunwoody and the Science of Science Communication

Sharon Dunwoody and the Science of Science Communication

Our 2022 post for 11-F (11th of February), is dedicated to Sharon Dunwoody, who passed away this week, although she will undoubtedly remain alive for many years among the people who do "the science of science communication". That is, those who study how the advances...

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Young people ask about Covid-19 and its communication

Young people ask about Covid-19 and its communication

How has the Covid-19 pandemic been communicated to young people? How has this group been represented in the media? What can we do to improve communication about the pandemic and about science in general towards this section of society?  These are some of the issues...

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Discussion panel: Technology as an ally of mental health

Discussion panel: Technology as an ally of mental health

After the 30th edition of La Marató de TV3 and Catalunya Ràdio raised more than nine million euros, it is difficult to question the relevance of mental health. Experts warn that one in four people will suffer from a mental health problem throughout their lives. These...

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Thinking glocally

Thinking glocally

Climate crisis. Social injustice. Pandemics. According to extreme naysayers, life on Earth is falling down. Facing such a troubled world, it’s only natural to ask ourselves: is it really possible to make a change?

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The preliminary program for the CCSC2021 is available

The preliminary program for the CCSC2021 is available

The VIII Congress on Social Communication of Science (CCSC2021) is getting closer. On this occasion we bring you the preliminary program of the CCSC2021, where you can consult all the activities and start planning your own conference.

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The members of the largest international network for public communication of science (the PCST Network) select Carolina Llorente for their scientific committee

The members of the largest international network for public communication of science (the PCST Network) select Carolina Llorente for their scientific committee

Carolina Llorente, coordinator of the Center for Science, Communication and Society Studies at Pompeu Fabra University (CCS-UPF) and associate professor of the Department of Experimental and Health Sciences of the same University (DCEXS-UPF), has joined the scientific committee of the Public Communication of Science and Technology Network (PCST), the main international network for public communication of science

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