Public Communication of Science and Technology 2020+1

Catch Up - Day 2

Parallel Session B | Parallel Session C | Keynote 2 | Keynote 3Parallel Session DParallel Session E

Parallel Session B

Option 1 - Theme: Science communication in developing regions

Option 2 - Theme: Measuring, evaluating and assessing PCST

Option 3 - Theme: Communicating about environmental issues

Option 4 - Science communication studies: where are we now?

Option 5 - Three principles from the book Communicating Science. A Global Perspective

Option 6 - Act Now: Is the time for science communication about climate change over, or just beginning?

Option 7 - How to Deal with Growing PETs? Co-Creating Guidelines for European Public Engagement Trainings

Option 8 - Educating science communicators in / after the COVID era

Parallel Session C

Option 1 - Theme: Diversity, inclusiveness and transformation

Option 2 - Theme: Science news, media and facts

Option 3 - Theme: Science learning through courtrooms, schools, poetry, theatre and more

Option 4 - From the Magic of Science to the Science of Magic. Past, present and (blended) future.

Option 5 - Five studies, five ways: Transforming youth engagement through co-created infographics, factsheets, comics, videos and songs

Option 6 - Public communication of research institutes compared across countries

Option 7 - Time and transformations in practices and cultures of science communication

Option 8
No session

Keynote 2: Inclusivity, equity and participation
Emily Dawson

Plenary Panel 2: How dialogical and inclusive have we become? Emily Dawson, Noni Mumba, Lewis Hou, Anwesha Chakraborty

Keynote 3: A tale of two scientists: Reflections on Christiaan Barnard and Salim Abdool Karim as celebrity figures in science
Marina Joubert

Plenary Panel 3: The rise of celebrity scientists
Marina Joubert, Declan Fahy, Maja Horst, Elizabeth Jones

Parallel Session D

Option 1 - Theme: Science communication & COVID: celebrities and trust

Option 2 - Theme: Connecting history through time to the present

Option 3 - Theme: Scientists, discourse, controversy and trust

Option 4 - Theme: More inclusive science communication

Option 5 - Theme: Science communication innovations: Magic, games, escape rooms and more

Option 6 - A Foundation, not an afterthought: diversifying training models to transform science communication education worldwide

Option 7 - What can science communicators learn from national public opinion surveys

Option 8 - Making PCST conferences as inclusive and diverse as possible

Parallel Session E

Option 1 - Theme: Science communication & COVID: uncertainty, responsibility and trust

Option 2 - Theme: Science and pseudoscience online and in the mass media

Option 3 - Theme: Politics, public perspectives and the science brand

Option 4 - Theme: Science communication, COVID and genomics

Option 5 - Theme: Participation, practices and purpose

Option 6 - More than a play: Exploring engagements with science theatre

Option 7 - In the spirit of Mr Wizard: tracing the evolution of celebrity science through time and technology

Option 8 - Miles away and we still have a lot in common: the origins of modern science communication in Ibero-America