Posts Tagged ‘comunicazione’

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Observa data on RaiUno channel

Watch videos of SuperQuark 2012 on RaiUno channel

Episodes of SuperQuark aired every Thursday in July and August 2012 on RaiUno channel (Italy) showing Observa data are now viewable for Observa members. Among the main topics: public image of science; Nobel prizes; brain drain; graduates in Italy... Read more
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PCST 2012 eBook of Papers

Edited by M. Bucchi and B. Trench

The book Quality, Honesty and Beauty in Science and Technology Communication. PCST 2012 eBook of Papers collects more than 100 papers presented by participants in the XII International Conference on Public Communication of Science and Technology (PCST). The ebook... Read more
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HOW PEOPLE INFORM ABOUT SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

New data from the Science and Technology in Society Monitor by Observa on people exposure to science in the media

Go to the Science and Technology in Society Monitor by Observa. In 2013 the media most frequently used by Italians to inform about science and technology are: firstly the television, secondly newspapers, thirdly magazines, fourthly Internet sites and blogs,... Read more
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PCST 2012

XII International Conference on Public Communication of Science and Technology

The PCST 2012 Book of Papers is now on-line. The book Quality, Honesty and Beauty in Science and Technology Communication. PCST 2012 eBook of Papers collects more than 100 papers presented by participants in the XII International Conference on Public Communication... Read more
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Towards science communication 2.0?

Some videos to think about how science communication changes in contemporary society

Four Questions about Scientific Communication was realized by EURAC in collaboration with Observa in occasion of the conference PCST 2012. The main themes about science and society relationship are tackled by four experts in the field: Steve Miller (University... Read more
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Communicating research

An innovative collaboration between the Ca' Foscari University - Venice and Observa Science in Society

The communication activities addressed to various not specialized audiences – media, policy makers, stakeholders, citizens – are acquiring importance in research institutions and universities. Such activities are recognized as strategic to ensure the visibility of the results and initiatives,... Read more
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Towards science communication 2.0?

Some videos to think about how science communication changes in contemporary society

Four Questions about Scientific Communication was realized by EURAC in collaboration with Observa in occasion of the conference PCST 2012. The main themes about science and society relationship are tackled by four experts in the field: Steve Miller (University... Read more
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“GLOBULANDIA” – An Adventure in Red

Discover the fiction which flows in your vein, by Gloria Pravatà

Science is difficult to explain. Its terms are complicated and distracting. These are just a few of the many platitudes that haunt science to these days. “Globulandia”, an interactive, interdisciplinary exhibit is designed to settle the record straight. Promoted... Read more
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Communicating in the crisis

In February a symposium in New Zealand

The Symposium 2013 of Public Communication of Science and Technology (PCST) and the Science Communicators Association of New Zealand (SCANZ) will be held in Christchurch, New Zealand, on 21-23 February 2013. The Symposium is entitled: Disasters – communicating in... Read more
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Four questions about science communication

How to communicate science to the public?

In the video Four Questions about Scientific Communication, realized by EURAC in collaboration with Observa, four experts in science communication answer four seminal questions about the best way to communicate science to the public. How should we talk to... Read more