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...
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?
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.
Scientists from the Science, Communication and Society Study Centre at Universitat Pompeu Fabra gain insight into how citizen participation in science is practised in Spain and propose a series of recommendations for its improvement.
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
On the 9th of June, at 18:30 CET, the online discussion panel “Communication and Climate Justice” will take place. In this discussion panel we will discuss the role that communication plays in the engagement of different stakeholders in decision making processes, and the inclusion of their narratives and experiences into environmental research and policy making regarding climate justice.