Communicating European Research 2005

Communicating European Research 2005

Proceedings of the Conference, Brussels, 14-15 November 2005

von: Michel Claessens

190,39 €

Verlag: Springer
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 10.06.2007
ISBN/EAN: 9781402053580
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 248

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The book contains 40 articles written by forward-thinking speakers who presented their findings at the "Communicating European Research 2005" event which was organised by the European Commission in Brussels on 14-15 November 2005. The contents of this book clearly illustrate that a highly important element of research projects funded by the European Union is communication. Authors include scientists, journalists and communication professionals.
Introduction.- Why communicating European research?.- Background information.- Thinking science, talking science.- Opening speeches.- Let's make science the next headline.- Information and communication technology research and its impact on growth and job creation.- The evolving context for science and society.- Science communication on demand.- Scientists and communication.- Bringing scientists to the people.- 'Science meets Parliament'.- The science-media interface: interactions of scientists and journalists.- Science news on the net.- The changing paradigm of science communication: challenges for researchers.- Training scientists in communication skills.- Communication of science, communication in science.- Advancing European protocols for science communication.- Science goes local: local media matters.- Communication and training.- Debate, communicate, educate.- Media skills workshops: breaking down the barriers betzeen scientists and journalists.- Training for dialogue and debate.- Training science communication in a swift moving society.- Science Events.- The Science Days - Contact with science.- The challenge of showing and discussing the unknown.- Science & the city.- The Genova science festival.- Science education.- Science class 2012.- Scientific literacy.- Perceptions and images of science and science education.- Television.- Representing science through multiple-channel digital television.- Radio.- How to get science in the news.- I heard it on the radio!.- Communicating research in developing countries.- Media and press.- Getting R&D results into the press.- Towards more responsibility in communicating science.- European media: two cultures of science communication.- How to reach the business media?.- The same old future.- Sectoral communication.- Europe in space - taking off without the public.- Population exposure to air pollutants in Europe (PEOPLE).- Communicating EU food and health research.- Communicating environmental research.- Talking nano – what makes nanotechnology special.- Communicate internationally- with partners from the New Independent States (NIS).- How to communicate an interdisciplinary project?.- Conclusion.- When diversity means richness.- List of authors.
European state-of-the-art in science communication
Authors are leading experts in the field
A unique collection of good practices
A contribution to the improvement of the relationships between science and society

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