Public Communication of Science and Technology Network Conference Recordings now online
6 August 2021
Public Engagement - training
The Public Communication of Science and Technology conference has published the recordings of this year's event online for you to watch at your own convenience, for free!
The Public Communication of Science and Technology (Network) aims to improve the understanding and practice of science and technology communication, with a broad and far-reaching membership that takes in researchers, specialist practitioners, creative professionals and educators from inside and outside academia.
Every two years they host a conference to bring together the membership and those interested in the area to present and discuss the latest developments, achievements and lessons in science communication.
Some highlights include:
- Keynote session from Philip Ball ‘Communicating complexity – the case of COVID-19’
- The visual poster presentations
- Plenary panel on inclusivity with Emily Dawson, Noni Mumba, Lewis Hou, Anwesha Chakraborty and session chair Sarah Davies (Keynote and Plenary panel 2)
- Parallel paper presentation sessions on ‘Science communication in developing regions’
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