Public Communication of Science and Technology 2020+1


Catch Up - Day 3

Parallel Session F | Parallel Session G | Keynote 4 | Keynote 5 | Parallel Session H | Visual Talks


Parallel Session F

Option 1 - Theme: Transforming media, society and science communication


Option 2 - Theme: Scientists and science communication


Option 3 - Theme: Challenges, opportunities and partnerships


Option 4 - How images can hinder or boost the dissemination of your research


Option 5 - Participatory science communication changing publics


Option 6 - The landscape of European science communication: A field in transformation?


Option 7 - Science never speaks for itself: Transforming perspectives on the communication of science, belief and society


Option 8 - The role of online video-sharing and online video-sharing platforms for science and technology communication


Parallel Session G

Option 1 - Theme: Engaging publics in controversial science Chair: Guoyan Wang


Option 2 - Theme: Environmental engagement and activism


Option 3 - Theme: Science communication innovations: engagement, perspectives and opportunities


Option 4 - Co-Creating a New European Science Engagement Platform
Part 1

Part 2


Option 5 - Can Novelty be Responsible? A Conversation on Science Communication and RRI


Option 6 - Art, humanities and science: lessons in transformation
No Session


Option 7 - Participatory science communication's power to create societal change


Option 8 - Diagnosis: kidnapped! Escape game


Keynote 4: Changing science publics in the digital environment
Mike Schäfer
Plenary Panel 4: Changing Science Audiences in the Digital Media Ecosystem Mike Schäfer, Niamh NicDaeid, Reema Patel, John Besley


Keynote 5: Science centres and changing techniques of public engagement Andrés Roldan
Plenary Panel 5: Innovations in science communication
Andrés Roldan, Joachim Allgaier, Cristina Rigutto, Elaine Reynoso Haynes



Parallel Session H

Option 1 - Theme: Science communication, COVID and controversies


Option 2 - Theme: Time, art and criminal justice


Option 3 - Theme: Science communication at places of informal learning


Option 4 - Theme: Engaging ordinary citizens


Option 5 - Theme: Festivals, journalism and more in citizen engagement


Option 6 - Training Future Scientists: The Role of Analogies in Science Communication


Option 7 - Science Communication and Socio-Environmental Conflicts


Option 8 - "The Public Understanding of Science" - a generation on


Visual talks