We invite speakers to contribute to an upcoming PCST Teaching Forum webinar about transforming science communication pedagogy in the age of AI. The webinar will be held on 22 May 2024. The submission deadline is 5pm (CET) on 26 February 2024.

PCST’s Teaching Forum will host a members only webinar on 7 March 2024 from 14:00 CET to take a closer look at practical science communication teaching experiences from around the world.

PCST2023, held in Rotterdam from 11 to 14 April 2023, was a huge success, and brought together more than 700 delegates from all over the globe. You can now watch the plenary session recordings and look at a mini photo gallery.

The PCST Network hosted a PCST2023 Online series of sessions from 3 – 5 April 2023, prior to the conference in Rotterdam. The session recordings are now available for viewing.

5 April 2023: In this PCST2023 Online session, the presenters explored connections between science communication, politics and social themes.

4 April 2023: In this PCST2023 Online session, the presenters considered the roles and responsibilities, of audiences, science communication practitioners and science journalists.

4 April 2023: In this PCST2023 Online session, presenters reflected on some specific science communication resources and reviewed the techniques used in the communication process.

4 April 2023: This PCST2023 Online session covered lessons learned from conferences, exhibitions and trans-disciplinary strategies to improve science engagement.

3 April 2023: This PCST2023 Online session explored how science communication and the dissemination of science communication plays out in different contexts, and what can be learnt from different strategies and viewpoints.

3 April 2023: In this PCST2023 Online session, the IDEA Network held a Wiki workshop where they showed how to incorporate Wiki editing into public engagement practice.

3 April 2023: In this PCST2023 Online session, presenters explored the places and platforms where science communication knowledge is acquired and how that ‘knowledge’ is presented and interpreted in turn.

3 April 2023: In this PCST2023 Online session, presenters explored how important information is communicated to different audiences and how practices are adapted and developed to account for differences in perspectives.

14 March 2023: If you are preparing a talk and thinking about ways you can connect with your audience, then this webinar may be useful to watch.

7 March 2023: This webinar explores a diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility (DEIA) statement drafted for PCST 2023 as well as the public role for PCST in DEIA.

29 November 2022 – The webinar aimed to share insights and perspectives on the potential of science and theatre within the broader practice of science communication.

17 November 2022 – In this, the first of the three PCST 2023 pre-event webinars, we focused on the ‘VOICE’ sub-themes to set the scene and highlight why we should consider them when thinking about creating common ground within science communication.