Over the past year, researchers and science have received an unprecedented amount of media coverage. At the same time, the pandemic has driven a digital transformation, increased social responsibility and resulted in many innovative solutions. But what have we learned and what are the new trends that we are seeing in science communication? We invite you to share your thoughts at this year’s online Forum for Science Communication taking place on April 14 at 9.30-15.00 CET.
The conference is aimed at those working in science communication, or who are interested in the subject and want to learn more. During the day, you will gain an insight into how organisations in Sweden and in other countries have been tackling the pandemic, the lessons they have learned, discover inspiring science communication projects and hear the Swedish government’s views on the future direction of science communication and public engagement. You are invited to to discuss, exchange experiences, listen to inspiring speakers, as well as network with others from across the whole of Sweden.
Sara Arvidson, Örebro University, Teresa Cerratto-Pargman, Stockholm University, Sarah R Davies, Vienna University of Technology, Sophie Duncan, National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement, Emma Engström, WASP-HS, Institute for Futures Studies, Mikael Hansson, WASP-HS, Umeå University, Marina Joubert, Stellenbosch University, Dick Kasperowski, University of Gothenburg, Annette Klinkert, European Science Engagement Association, Björn Källström, Gothenburg Marine Biological Laboratory, Niklas Laninge, PBM Sweden, Lena Lindhé, University West, Luisa Massarani, SciDev.net, Paul Manners, National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement, Jenni Metcalfe, Econnect Communication, James Pamment, Lund University, Ingrid Persson, Malmö University, Teresa Palmquist, Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency, Brian Trench, Public Communication of Science and Technology, Elisabeth Wall Bennet, Public Health Agency of Sweden, Kenneth Wall, Södertörn University
The moderator is Anders Sahlman, Melker Media.
Register here to attend the Forum for Science Communication on 14 April from 09.30-15.00