World Federation of Science Journalists

My Science : Researcher, Journalist, Citizen


“COMMUNICATING SCIENCE – STRENGTHENING THE – RESEARCHER, JOURNALIST, CITIZEN – TRIANGLE”

Final conference of the FP7 Science in Society project “MY SCIENCE European Program for Young Journalists”
focusing on the theme Communicating Science in Europe, relevant for researchers, journalists and citizens of Europe

Date: Friday, 28 May 2010
Venue: EURAC Research, Viale Druso 1, 39100 Bolzano – Italy

Panel presentations, debate and discussion will be on the topics/questions:
  • Train researchers to be science communicators or give journalists deeper insight into science communication
  • How should science communication to wider public look like in the future
  • Importance of ethics in Research. With emphasis - ÖTZI the Iceman on display at the South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology in Bolzano, one of the world’s best-known and most important mummies.
Among the guests of the conference are Peter Grünberg, German Nobel Laureate in Physics from 2007 (Germany), Istvan Palugyai, editor of Hungarian newspaper and well known science communicator (Hungary) and Nuno Crato, winner of the EU science communicator award 2007 (Portugal).

Conference Language: English
No participation Fee
Kindly register by May 15, 2010 at farah.fahim@eurac.edu; Tel: +39 0471 055214

For more information:
Refer to attachments (Draft Conference Agenda, Project summary, Short CV of main speakers - also available on project website)
Please visit project website for updates: http://www.my-science.eu/conference