PCST 2001

1-3 February 2001, Geneva, Switzerland

The 6th international conference of the Public Communication of Science and Technology network took place from 1-3 February 2001 in Geneva, Switzerland.

The theme of the conference was “Trends in Science Communication Today: Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice”.

The conference attracted 250 delegates from thirty-one countries to discuss theoretical and practical issues in science communication.

Proceedings

Report: Trends in Science Communication Today—Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice

CERN hosts science communication conference

Conference materials

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Comparing Journalistic and Social Media Uptake of Articles Published by The Conversation AfricaViewguenther-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Extra! Extra! UFOs Are Real! From Sensationalist Reporting to Pseudoscience CommunicationViewschiele-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The problem of trust in scicomm: Transforming global science communication with adaptive management of local uncertaintiesViewgubitosa-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Scientist-public interaction: Who’s transforming whom? How many researchers are aware of the transformation process they go through when interacting with the students?Viewgrasso-v2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Between transmitting knowledge and rethinking science in society: Practices and visions emerging from Research Institutes’ online communication. A survey within the Italian National Research Council.Viewgrasso-v2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Empowering local communities through “Talking Science”Viewgorgoni-b2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Characterizing engagement in an environmental citizen science projectViewgolumbic-y2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science news websites as mediators between scientists and the publicViewginosar-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science communication research: Results from an empirical field analysisViewgerber-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Public Perception, Myths, and Communication in Turkey During COVID-19 PandemicViewgelmez-burakgazi-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
When exhibits come back to life – How to implement Virtual and Augmented Reality in MuseumsViewgeipel-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Three principles from the book Communicating Science. A Global PerspectiveViewgascoigne-t2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Engaging the Public through Open Science – Putting theory into practiceViewgarrison-h2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Demonstrating That “We Walk Among You”: Improving Representation and Perceptions of Scientists in the Public ConscienceViewgardner-h2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Chain reactions for science communicationViewgarcia-guerrero-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science recreation workshops: Establishing communities and developing networksViewgarcia-guerrero-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science for EveryoneViewgale-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Activists as “alternative” science communicatorsViewfahnrich-b2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science Communication and Political Divides in the U.S.Viewfunk-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The raise and the fall of a rockstar epidemiologist in MexicoViewfrias-villegas-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
How does communication drive innovation?Viewantonio-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Know Your Audience? A Look into What Romanian Researchers Think About the Public with Which They (Don’t) EngageViewanghelescu-tiganas-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
A Model to Communicate Science from Institutes of Scientific ResearchViewfrias-villegas-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Vaccine Hesitancy Communication during a Global Pandemic: A Case Study of Vaccination Hesitant Facebook Pages during the 2020 COVID-19 PandemicViewfowler-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Catch 22 – improving visibility of women in science and engineering for both recruitment and retentionViewfogg-rogers-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Act Now: Is the time for science communication about climate change over, or just beginning?Viewfogg-rogers-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Diagnosis: Kidnapped! Escape gameViewfloyd-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Communicating scientific uncertainty during COVID-19 Investigating the use of preprint research by digital media outletsViewfleerackers-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Over 20 PubhD Coimbra: When science communication renew city traditionsViewferreira-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Audiovisual tools in science communication Mapping video abstracts published in scientific Journals of EcologyViewferreira-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Multiplicity, visibility and readability: The communication of art, science and technology confluenceViewferracioli-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
How to move masses? Engaging 15% of a population in a biobank with limited time and resourcesViewallik-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The role of online video-sharing and online video-sharing platforms for science and technology communicationViewallgaier-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science communication about the centenary of solar eclipse in Sobral, BrazilViewferracioli-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
#ClimateStrike: Motivations, behaviours and media habits of environmental activist youthViewfeldman-h2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Success criteria of networks in science communicationViewfarrugia-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science communication policies for societal changeViewfarrugia-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The Journalist as Philosopher of Technology: Nicholas Carr as Case StudyViewfahy-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Navigating Negotiations in Starting Up and Supporting Living LabsViewesrail-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Scientific research in the contex of epistemology – Searching new practices for scientific research and public communication of science in PeruViewespinoza-n2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Communicate the science behind environmental issues. Identifying key messages (and other clues) from scientific papersViewequihua-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Nothing in biology (communication) makes sense except in the light of evaluation – The evolution of the Darwin DayViewenzigmuller-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
When Scicom meets Devcom Communicating science using the Devcom lens and what we can learn from itViewmontemayor-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Exploring Science where it is made An open air and digital museum in a Brazilian universityViewminto-fabricio-t2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Public communication of research institutes compared across countriesViewentradas-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Soap Bubbles and Vanitas: Mathematicians at the Time of VirusViewemmer-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Understanding Brazilian Scientists’ motivation towards Public Communication of ScienceViewminto-fabricio-t2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Community Learning and Development. What’s STEM got to do with it?Viewminas-k2021-pcst-conference-virtual
A global perspective on the role of funding agencies in public engagement with scienceViewellis-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Mauna Kea, Imiloa and a place for safe disagreementViewmiller-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
CERN Open Days: Going beyond head-countingViewdvorzhitskaia-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
“The Public Understanding of Science” – a generation onViewmiller-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science, Magic, and Mystery of TimeViewduran-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
A new nexus model for science communicationViewmetcalfe-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science communication in nonscience events. New opportunities found in Magic Fairs, City Visits, and Flower FestivalsViewduran-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Participatory science communication’s power to create societal changeViewmetcalfe-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Mentors, Mentees, and Public EngagementViewduca-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Participatory science communication changing publicsViewmetcalfe-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Between science engagement and co-construction: The pros and cons of a natural marriage.Viewmerzagora-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Communicating science in the courtroomViewdoran-h2021-pcst-conference-virtual
A balancing act: Transforming science communication through research-practitioner partnerships.Viewmenzies-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Transforming healthcare now – one doodle at a time.Viewdoebl-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Presenting the Global Plant Council. Bringing plant science closer to society by helping plant scientists increase the impact of their researchViewmendoza-poudereux-i2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Why don’t you (g)doodle it?: Making health services research more accessible and engaging.Viewdoebl-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Current transformations in the science-society relationship: Learnings from practicesViewdijkstra-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science stars on Twitter: Impact of the public discourseViewdenia-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
How does the public build their opinions and beliefs related to scientific issues?Viewmendoza-poudereux-i2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Exploring trends and themes of science communication using probabilistic topic modelling: Four decades of Science CommunicationViewmendiola-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The revision of the International System of Units and the challenge to communicate it: The Brazilian caseViewde-oliveira-coelho-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Quantum Empowerment: How can we organise evidence-based science communication for a dialogue on quantum science and technology?Viewmeinsma-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Traditional communities’ knowledge and formal scientific knowledge: How activists use modern science to empower environmental speechViewde-oliveira-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Activism in Latin America: The role of science communication and NGOs in socio-environmental conflictsViewde-oliveira-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Populism towards science: What it is and how it can be measuredViewmede-n2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Professionalising Sci Comm ProfessionalsViewmclister-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science Communication and Socio-Environmental ConflictsViewde-oliveira-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Matemorfosis: Communicating Mathematics in Guanajuato, MexicoViewde-graaf-nunez-p2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Visible or vulnerable?: An exploration of the impacts of – and on – role modelsViewmckinnon-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
In the spirit of Mr Wizard: Tracing the evolution of celebrity science through time and technologyViewmcintosh-white-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Assessment of management effectiveness of Hundred Islands National Park in Alaminos City Pangasinan, PhilippinesViewapolinario-n2021-pcst-conference-virtual
A science-shop experience for the co-creation of scientific knowledgeViewde-filippo-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Combining poetry and science to walk through geological timeViewmcauliffe-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Engaging with media; A Kenyan perspectiveViewmauncho-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Making PCST conferences as inclusive and diverse as possibleViewde-bakker-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
South African factors that shape transformation of science-society relations: A case study on how to democratise and transform science communication through the use of diverse indigenous languages in the media.Viewmatiwana-z2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Transformation of the Media Landscape: Infotainment versus Expository Narrations for Communicating Science in Online VideosViewdavis-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Engagement with science and art as a means of social inclusionViewmatias-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Escaping the choir – STEM escape rooms as a tool for broader engagement.Viewmathieson-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
No trust, no interest: Mexican farmers’ perceptions of Covid-19 and Scientists’ role in societyViewmateos-espejel-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Transforming Science Communication: New models enacted by Science Ceilidh on the Isle of LewisViewmason-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Narrative analysis about facemask wearing at the COVID-19 time: Perceptions of a basic tool with significant socio-cultural implicationsViewmartinelli-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Personal and social implications of genomic knowledgeViewmartinelli-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Theme parks as science communication spaces: The EPCOT caseViewmartin-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Social labs as transformative approach to implement Responsible Research and InnovationViewmarschalek-i2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Time inside the Dome: How astronomical time is depicted and communicated in planetarium sessionsViewmarques-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Foot and mouth disease ready?: How relationships between Australian livestock producers and other animal health stakeholders are being transformed to improve disease preparednessViewmanyweathers-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The light at night: Our convenience, birds’ perilViewmalik-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Public communication and social appropriation of science in MexicoViewmagana-p2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Ouroboros: Science, art and inclusionViewlupetti-k2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science versus alternative “facts”: Rolling the GMO debateViewlukanda-i2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Cambridge Shorts: Turning excellent research into engaging filmsViewloth-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Cambridge VERY shortViewloth-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Youth in museum-led Citizen Science – participation in scientific research, science education or public engagement?Viewlorke-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Lab Enigmas: Immersive games to communicate scienceViewlopez-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Co-creation of Stories in Sound – Aotearoa New ZealandViewlongnecker-n2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Aotearoa New Zealand – Moving to participatory science and bicultural knowledge communicationViewlongnecker-n2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Speaking science in 90 secondsViewlobo-antunes-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science news – Using an eye-tracker to assess the relevance of information sourcesViewamorim-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Public communication of science – not a priority of university PR in TaiwanViewlo-y2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Scientists’ opinions and attitudes towards citizens’ understanding of science and their role in public engagement activitiesViewllorente-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Review of 70 Years Development of Science Communication in China: From the Perspective of Policy and GovernanceViewliu-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Empirical Analysis of the Leading Scientists in China Conducting Science CommunicationViewliu-y2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Is it time to escape?: Examining “Escape Rooms’ as science communication interventionsViewlittle-h2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science, theatre and diversity – The performing arts as a strategy for female empowermentViewalmeida-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Media Representations towards Nanotechnology in Taiwan-Agenda setting and framingViewlin-p2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Fridays for “Farm”: Campus farming and the transformation of community agri-food conceptionsViewlin-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science Busking as a tool to transform public spacesViewlim-z2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Tracing the emergence and the development of Science Communication in a small island nationViewlieu-z2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Cancer Misconceptions among Singapore StudentsViewlieu-z2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Constructing an Integrated Evaluation Index System for Science Centers in ChinaViewli-x2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Communicating Quantum Mechanics to the Chinese Public: “A Guide to Roaming the Quantum World” Exhibition as a Case StudyViewli-k2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The role of Greta Thunberg’s discourse in the global conversation about climate change on TwitterViewleon-b2021-pcst-conference-virtual
What about Responsible Scaling?: Moving Science Communication beyond Responsible Research and InnovationViewleeuwis-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
What do evaluation practices reveal about the evolving career and working life of the public engagement professional?: An exploration of government-funded research centres in Ireland.Viewleatham-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science capital and the justice systemViewlaisney-o2021-pcst-conference-virtual
How citizens make sense of Covid-19 and the practice of communicating scienceViewkupper-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Enabling decision-relevant debates about human genome editingViewkrause-n2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Interactive Youth Science Workshops benefit student participants and graduate student mentorsViewkompella-p2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Exploring the intersections: Researchers and communication professionals’ perspectives on the organizational role of science communicationViewkoivumaki-k2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Idea(l)s and gaps of researchers’ and in-house communication professionals’ science communication collaborationViewkoivumaki-k2021-pcst-conference-virtual
How to Deal with Growing PETs?: Co-Creating Guidelines for European Public Engagement TrainingsViewklinkert-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Co-Creating a New European Science Engagement PlatformViewklinkert-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Inspire, Engage, Involve: Welcome to the New European Science Engagement PlatformViewklinkert-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Piloting the use of virtual reality video of research laboratories as a public engagement tool in secondary school students in Kilifi, Coastal KenyaViewkiyuk-p2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Space researchers as comic heroesViewkastrup-u2021-pcst-conference-virtual
‘Visible’ but not yet ‘Celebrities’ The case of Indian Scientists during COVID19Viewkankaria-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
RAS200 – astronomy and geophysics reach out to new communitiesViewkanani-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Co-Design as a Paradigm Shift in Science Communication related to complex problemsViewkalmar-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
How to bring Immunology to schools – a best practice report for a school labViewjurack-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Why as nuclear power experienced lower public resistance in China? – Examining anti-nuclear activism and knowledge-control regimeViewjia-h2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Examining Chinese scientists’ media behaviours: Institutional support and media experience predict involvementViewjia-h2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Marketing as a useful tool in public communication of science and technologyViewjasinski-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Co-creation with stakeholders in the development of nanotechnologiesViewjansma-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Magic with Maths: Closing the distance between students and MathematicsViewislas-cruz-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Five studies, five ways: Transforming youth engagement through co-created infographics, factsheets, comics, videos and songsViewinglis-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
YouTube influencers against climate change: How civil society and new forms of science communication are challenging the German governmentViewallgaier-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Applying the Structure of Magic to Science CommunicationViewilic-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Masculine public image of science in Japan What keywords do public associate?Viewikkatai-y2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science, YES we can!Viewhvass-faivre-darcier-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Stellar Entangelment – VR VideoViewswierkowski-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Art & Science of the Invisible: Translating through metaphorsViewswierkowski-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Electric dreams: Putting past science communication approaches to work in the presentViewsumner-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Cell Block ScienceViewstewart-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Saving the world, one scicomm text at a time: Liberal education and the art of science communicationViewsterk-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Moving through timeViewstenlund-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Gene drive technology in the UK, US and Australian press: Exploring tensions between responsible research and responsible science communicationViewstelmach-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Who are “we”?: Negotiating public health authority and citizen responsibility in British Columbia’s COVID-19 communicationViewspoel-p2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Engagement interdisciplinary approaches in STEAM: Learning Science Through TheaterViewsotiriou-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Video-News and climate change communication: New formats, frames and images in a changing social media platform landscapeViewsolis-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Overcoming misinformation about science in the mediaViewsmeets-i2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Journeys of Engagement: When do scientists take ownership of public engagement?Viewskeldon-k2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Technology, lifestyle diseases and economic burdenViewsingh-v2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Is Science “Awesome”?: Reframing the Use of Awe in Science CommunicationViewluna-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Shortcomings in public health authorities’ videos on COVID-19 When lack of creativity kills the messageViewshortt-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Experts’ bounded engagement with publics: An Interview-Based Study of Online Nutrition and Vaccination OutreachViewsharon-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
How Negative Emissions is Framed on Twitter: A Novel Application of Structural Topic ModellingViewshang-y2021-pcst-conference-virtual
CRISPRcas9: Ontology of the Gene and the Politics of Science-Society ConversationsViewshah-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Experiencing Physics DemonstrationsViewseese-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Becoming artists to meet scienceViewscianitti-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Selfobservation and -reflection in Science CommunicationViewschumann-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
New approaches and formats for environmental reporting by a federal agencyViewschulz-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The intrinsinc polysemy of the field of PCSTViewschiele-b2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Pseudoscience communication in mass media: Science communication emulation or mass media paradigm?Viewschiele-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
I Am Ocean: Redefining Narrative Ownership in Science CommunicationViewsavoie-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Time Travel – between Scientific Fact and Science Fiction. Accounts from a Popular Science PerspectiveViewsava-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Active learning in the science communication classroomViewsarvary-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
A Foundation, not an afterthought: Diversifying training models to transform science communication education worldwideViewsarvary-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Transforming science communication at Informal Learning Institutions: Using collections and evaluation to tell the story of science and expertiseViewsargent-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Transforming tradition: Evaluating the iconic Christmas Lectures seriesViewsardo-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
(Re)Turn to trusted experts and traditional media? Communication behaviour and science attitudes during the pandemic in Germany, Italy and SwedenViewsaracino-b2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Portuguese students’ perceptions of science: and scientists A case study in a Ciência Viva schoolViewsantos-carvalho-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The landscape of European science communication: A field in transformation?Viewdavies-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science communication for social change: What does STS have to offer?Viewdavies-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science in Brazilian and Canadian Pubs Public Communication of Science Initiatives at Pint of Science in Brazil (Uberlandia) and Canada (Ottawa).Viewsantos-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Exploring reflexivity: Building bridges between theory and practice in science communicationViewsalmon-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The Astronomical guide of Palermo An example of Astrotourism at the INAF – Palermo ObservatoryViewdaricello-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Global Warming in Local Discourses: How Communities around the World Make Sense of Climate ChangeViewrodder-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Virtual Reality for increasing the awareness of current scientific researchViewdaricello-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
“Doing it to tick a box is an insult to everybody”: Reflecting on participatory practices across Europe in Fisheries ScienceViewrodder-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
A comparative study on Science Festivals between the United Kingdom and EgyptViewdaoud-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Evidence for gendered engagement with posts authored by women scientists in social mediaViewrozenblum-y2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science Communication in Egypt: Challenges and OpportunitiesViewdaoud-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Integrating new technology and local practice in designing a communication toolViewrottink-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Structures of engagement: How institutional structures at U.S. land-grant universities impact science faculty public engagementViewrose-k2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science camps overlooked: A 50-year old science communication practiceViewdalgleish-h2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Integrated STEAM approaches for communicating science in informal learning environmentsViewroche-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
“The science is not settled”: An analysis of pro- and anti-vaccine rhetoric on two South African Facebook pagesViewconnoway-k2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Frame Up: Analyzing Media Frames of News Placements on Industry, Energy and Emerging Technology Research Projects in the PhilippinesViewroblas-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Managing the first wave of Covid-19 pandemic in Greece: Communication, Epistemic Uncertainty and Expertise.Viewchordaki-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Can Novelty be Responsible?: A Conversation on Science Communication and RRIViewroberson-t2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science communication Herstories: Diversity and inclusiveness. Some reflections on the Greek case between 1970s-1980s.Viewchordaki-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
A Walk Through Time: South African Science Lens CompetitionViewriley-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science never speaks for itself: Transforming perspectives on the communication of science, belief and societyViewriley-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Encountering Artificial Intelligence technology at a Korean science museumViewcho-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
How images can hinder or boost the dissemination of your research.Viewrigutto-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The Challenge of Science Communication in Thailand: Past, present and futureViewchinnalong-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Revisiting MythBusters: Television, Time, and the Ongoing Story of ScienceViewriggs-b2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science communication and science communication research: A dialog in processViewchavez-arrendondo-n2021-pcst-conference-virtual
How an Online Parenting Website Will Help Us Fix the Fake News CrisisViewridgway-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Thinking Long-Term About Public ControversiesViewcassidy-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The Who, What, Why of Science Communication Education in the UK and How it impacts Science CommunicationViewridgeway-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Communicating Science in the Making: Science and Society in the Time of PandemicsViewcarrillo-trueba-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Miles away and we still have a lot in common The origins of modern science communication in Ibero-AmericaViewrevuelta-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science Engagement Through VideosViewcardoso-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
What analyzing fact checks can teach us about science communicationViewreijnierse-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Connecting science to people: The role of National Research and Education Networks (NREN) in science communicationViewcardenas-hernandez-o2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The humanistic story of COVID-19 Communicating the complexity and science of COVID-19: and global health surveillance through innovative digital, new media approachesViewrauch-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Its my time, its my clock!Viewrani-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Tilling an artistic way to undertands the hyperbolic honeycombsViewcandas-vega-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science Communication Lab – Transforming practice through an exercise of collective intelligenceViewramirez-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The cancer pill controversy on Facebook: The clash between scientific authority and patient experienceViewramalho-e-silva-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The Impact of Science Communication Competitions on the Capacities of the Next Generation of Science CommunicatorsViewramadan-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Communicating (African) biodiversity through capulanasViewcampos-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Experience gravity with a rubber sheet: A DIY low-cost educational kitViewpostiglione-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Let’s talk about climate change… but when do we start?Viewcampos-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
(Re)Thinking cities through the eyes of young childrenViewcampos-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Actions and associations Understanding scientists’ perceptions of public engagement through analyses of open-ended survey responsesViewcalice-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Actions and associations: Understanding scientists’ perceptions of public engagement through analyses of open-ended survey responsesViewbudano-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Cardinal virtues and capital vices in science communicationViewbucchi-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science communication studies: Where are we now?Viewbucchi-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
What news from the sea?: Assessing the presence of marine issues in the Portuguese quality press over timeViewpinto-b2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Assessing the landscape for Public Communication of Science curriculum among Canadian undergraduate programs in the natural sciences.Viewbrown-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
An explosive impact: How do science shows influence teenage audiences?Viewphillips-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The Pleasure of PursuitViewbrown-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science in silence: Breaking language and cultural barriers using science theatreViewphillips-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Guides at the Horizon: Art+Science Learning SpacesViewbrown-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Threat without efficacy?: Transforming coverage to engage the public during vector-borne disease emergenceViewpfeiffer-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Terra incognita – shedding light on the public’s views of humanities researchViewbrouneus-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Beyond the deficit model: Non-paternalistic knowledge communication as responsible concept of mainstream PCSTViewpeters-h2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Stuck without the middle – how facilitators can help researchers do better citizen scienceViewbrouneus-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Crossing the Boundaries and Re-Inventing Science Communication: The “Prisma Magazine” case studyViewpetakos-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Rapid reaction: Science Media Center Germany and its response to the COVID-19 outbreakViewbroer-i2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Data Scraping to the rescue: Settling Brazilian public communication of science’s debate?Viewpereira-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science communication in an interdisciplinary research project: The interplay between scientists, art historians, conservators and the general publicViewbossema-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Who is inspiring me?: Scientists telling science storiesViewpellegrini-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Open Sesame! What do researchers think of Open Science?Viewbohlin-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Public Communication of Science: Trust and credibility in the eyes of the publicViewpellegrini-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
“I want to, but there is no time!” – a Swedish survey on researchers’ views on communicationViewbohlin-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
From communication of historical knowledge to time travelsViewpatiniotis-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Communicating the dangers of pseudoscience: A global challengeViewpasternak-n2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Gene drive, public engagement and communication: Hype and lobbyingViewboete-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Developing a Methodological Tool to Analyze and Evaluate the Design of Science Festival Activities: Theoretical considerations and practical implicationsViewpappa-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
From the Magic of Science to the Science of Magic. Past, present and (blended) future.Viewblasco-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
“Trust this expert, beause he is an university professor”: A Content Analysis of the mediation of epistemic trustworthiness in German online reporting on Covid-19Viewpansegrau-p2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The story of SKA in the media: Science Communication and Engagement in a multinational project.Viewbinneman-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Using (and abusing) historical time in science communicationViewpalfreyman-p2021-pcst-conference-virtual
SKA South Africa: Moving from stakeholder management to stakeholder engagement – a case studyViewbinneman-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Experts and citizens answer: What science does the ordinary citizen need?Viewpadilla-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science institutions’ distribution and their role in science communication accessViewbezzon-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Museum for change: Local paleontologists impact their communityViewoviedo-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Enhancing public understanding of paleontologyViewoviedo-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Stakeholders’ perceptions about the quality of science communicationViewolesk-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Quantitative approaches to complement understanding in science communication activitiesViewbezzon-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Promoting and Transforming Communication about Science between Preschool Children and Their Guardians at the MuseumViewogawa-y2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science Communication & Television: Emerging opportunites for widening participation in research to realise research for allViewhurst-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
What can science communicators learn from national public opinion surveysViewbesley-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Two streams, one bridge: A cultural excursion into SciArt landViewohara-k2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Towards a more inclusive science communication in museums: A case study of Brazilians with visual disabilitiesViewnorberto-rocha-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Preaching to the choir?: Science communication and the audiences not reachedViewhumm-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Research, #Huh?: Improving Clinical Research AwarenessViewberry-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Time and transformations in practices and cultures of science communicationViewnielsen-k2021-pcst-conference-virtual
U.S. scientists views of gene editing: Measuring short-term impact of the documentary film, Human NatureViewhowell-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science Communication and Criminal JusticeViewnic-daeid-n2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Collaboration vs competition: Improving public engagement with research through the ScotPEN Wellcome Engagement AwardViewhothersall-b2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Health authorities’ health risk communication with the public during pandemics: A rapid scoping reviewViewberg-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Unpacking theViewnewman-t2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Landscaping Overview of North American Science Communication Fellowship ProgramsViewbennett-n2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Sustainability on Display: The opportunity to transform our visions about nature through science exhibitionsViewnepote-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science Communication for Just Transition – Strategies and Challenges of Petrochemical Fenceline Communities in Kaohsiung, TaiwanViewhong-w2021-pcst-conference-virtual
A Question of the FutureViewbeck-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Communicating science in developing contexts: The Philippine perspectiveViewnavarro-k2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Transforming astrobiology research and innovation: Embedding an ethos of engaged researchViewholliman-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Transforming relations between science communication practice and researchViewnamayi-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Who should have a say?: Public perspectives of regulation and policy development surrounding human genome editingViewholesovsky-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The Story of John Edmonstone, Darwin’s TeacherViewmurphy-p2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Communicating vaccinations, cancer screening and reproductive rights: A snapshot in time during rapid political change in IrelandViewmurphy-p2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Twenty years of research in science communication Challenges and transformationsViewherrera-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Attitudes to Science in 144 countries – re-examining the Wellcome Global Monitor of 2018Viewbauer-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Magnet Theatre for Health Research Experiences of using drama for stimulating dialogue amongst Kenyan publicViewmumba-n2021-pcst-conference-virtual
What Makes People Attend to and Trust Science and Scientific Experts in Online Contexts?Viewhendriks-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The Nano Lens – Art, Science, NatureViewmotion-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Communicating their own research: What do we need to know about the role of scientists and researchers in science communication?Viewhendriks-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Fun with Electromagnetism and Art: The role of a museum exhibition in the formation of educators for scientific communicationViewbarros-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
How do the EU and US communicate about policy issues that rely on science?Viewhayslett-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Training Future Scientists: The Role of Analogies in Science CommunicationViewhayslett-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Breaking Good – open source drug discovery and science communicationViewmotion-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Citizens on the driving seat of solar energy researchViewbarbosa-gomez-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
“Photograph 51”: Science Communication in Contemporary TheaterViewmorfakis-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Reflections on 20 years of training in Science Journalism in BrazilViewbarata-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Transforming the Way We Talk about (and Do!) Mathematical Science CommunicationViewhartkopf-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Which has more influence on the Spaniard’s citizens dieting: The media’s information and social networks, health professionals or close experiences of relatives and friends?Viewmoreno-castro-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Acts of expression and Expressive Objects: Practicing Science as ExperienceViewhalpern-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Connecting science communication with evaluation Representations and practices ranging from lay public to science centersViewmorais-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Art as Science CommunicationViewhalpern-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Public understanding of the mathematical aspects of the COVID-19 pandemicViewbaram-tsabari-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Sports fans’ science knowledge is relevant to their stance on COVID-19 guidelines, but only if they don’t care who winsViewbaram-tsabari-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Understanding willingness to engage in “democratic outreach” among science faculty at U.S. land-grant universitiesViewbao-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Using narratives and storytelling based on famous and historical characters to engage the public with scienceViewbanister-k2021-pcst-conference-virtual
A year in the life of a public partnership – working together to improve public communication of our researchViewbanister-k2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Time for a new audience: Boorna Waanginy, Case Study of an Art/Science/Culture phenomenonViewbamford-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Taking ‘a load off our minds’ through ‘airing our dirty laundry’: An installation for participation and dialogueViewbailey-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Practices of Public Science and Technology Communication in Colombia and Spain. Study from the science centers Parque Explora (Medellín) and Cosmo Caixa (Barcelona).Viewayure-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
10 years of math hands-on activities in MexicoViewzubieta-p2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Ensuring trust in science – Why perceived motives and the motivation of researchers are important in science communication?Viewziegler-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Joining forces for more impact – Bridging the gap between science communication practice and researchViewziegler-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Exploration of the Danish Consensus Conference On Genetic TherapyViewzhou-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
A study on the popular science mass media of China in comparative perspectiveViewzhao-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
How to foster scientific culture in the public: The role of academic journalsViewzhao-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Second star to the right: A cultural project connecting art, tourism, history and astronomyViewzanazzi-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Engaging deaf and hearing people to design docu-drama on genetics research: Preliminary perspectivesViewappiah-b2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Promoting the spirit of science through the history of science: Taking the “Shape of the Earth” exhibition of the Beijing Science Center as an exampleViewyuan-h2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The effect of gender equality on the masculine image of physics and math in Japan and in the UKViewyokoyama-h2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Citizen Scientists in Chinese Knowledge-Sharing Networks: Reconstruction of Discourse Authority of ScientistsViewyang-z2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science-edu-communication: Trends reveal in 20 years of science communication researchViewwu-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Re-envisaging the visual communication of scienceViewwood-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Transforming cultures: What can science communicators take from gender equality schemes such as Athena SWAN?Viewwilkinson-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
More than a play: Exploring engagements with science theatreViewweitkamp-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
#finaltrashtinationViewweder-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Sustainability as Cognitive Friction: A narrative approach to understand moral dissonance of sustainability and harmonization strategiesViewweder-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
From Food to Politics: Representations of genetically modified organisms in cartoons on the Internet in ChinaViewwang-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Make it relevant? Engage emotionally?: Motivating publics in a science communication experienceViewwalker-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Growing science communication in developing regionsViewwalker-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Trust in science and expertise during the COVID-19 crisis in FinlandViewvaliverronen-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science and expertise under fire: The emerging threat of censorshipViewvaliverronen-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
University engagement in the Covid-19 Pandemic: The experience of the Communication Office for Outreach and Culture of the University of Campinas in BrazilViewvillen-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Training for the future: Teaching science communication and new mediaViewvilkins-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Public perception of climate risks: Following Web communication trails during urban floodsViewvicari-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Let’s rethink the tools for Scicomm evaluationViewvengut-climent-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Knowing what you don’t know: Does explaining a science article affect Individuals’ assessment of their own and scientists’ knowledge?Viewvaupotic-n2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Grab a drink and talk science: How scientists adapt their talks for an informal science communication eventViewvaupotic-n2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Participatory Co-Design of Science Communication Strategies for Public Engagement in the US and Ecuador around Health Behavior ChangeViewvasquez-guevara-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Discussable complexity in science communication through form languageViewvan-der-sanden-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Educating science communicators in / after the COVID eraViewvan-dam-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
How to bring 60 nerds together on a stage?Viewuslu-v2021-pcst-conference-virtual
“We don’t know yet, but that’s quite usual!” A Qualitative Content Analysis of the Representation of Scientific Uncertainty in German Online Reporting on Covid-19Viewtonsfeuerborn-t2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Branching out: Reaching younger audiences and telling the story of plant STEM Careers through technologyViewturner-skoff-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science communication practice as a catalyst for science and humanitiesViewtsuboi-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Personalities, publics and places in 19th century science popularisationViewtrench-b2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science Communications Training: Insights and Review from a Practitioner’s University-wide ProgramViewtopousis-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
But does it work? Evaluation, effectiveness and the history of health communicationViewtoon-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Demand for Trustworthiness Information from Science CommunicatorsViewtiffany-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Brave Zoom World: Exploring engaged research in a strange, new, physically distanced worldViewthomas-v2021-pcst-conference-virtual
It’s about “making” – Civic hackathons as technoscientific public communication/engagement modeViewthiem-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Public engagement with Science among Religious Minorities: Lessons from COVID-19Viewtaragin-zeller-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Sickle cell disease – the patient’s perspectiveViewuyoga-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Scientific and political aspects of the circulation of rumors about zika and microcephaly in social networks during the summer epidemic of 2015-2016Viewgarcia-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The communication of science and technology as a tool for social inclusion: Analysis of cases in indigenous communities in MexicoViewgarcia-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science in the Brazilian magazine piauí – Who writes the story also has a storyViewfontanetto-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The role of story in transitioning to low carbon travelViewfletcher-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Activism, Science, and the Infinite GameViewfitzjohn-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The science communication of whale watching – A marketing based people-focused science communication process and impact modelViewfinkler-w2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The art and science of engagement – A global perspective on science communication through the artsViewfinkler-w2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Communicate science for everyday, knowing your audienceViewfigueroa-perea-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
ICATE – A strategy for infection control awarenessViewferreira-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Formation of mediators of Science Square of Vitoria, ES, Brazil – A proposal for a conceptual approach to the hand lift equipmentViewferracioli-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
A case study in supporting video and narrative based science communication to engage non-expert national audiencesViewfarrugia-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Institutional science communication – Cross-national comparative studyViewentradas-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Reducing motivated reasoning on controversial science – Testing which factors best promote open-minded processing of informationVieweichmeier-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Using videos of live surgeries to communicate medical knowledge to the publicVieweggeling-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Do you speak politician? Lessons from PRIMEViewmarx-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
How can we engage more diverse audiences in large-scale citizen science projects for broader societal impact?Viewmartin-v2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Engagement for digital native storytellers – Making students the science communicatorsViewmartin-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
“It actually works for me” – The presence of homeopathy in the Spanish digital pressViewmarti-sanchez-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Paper, scissors, playdough – An experiment in using creative methods for the collaborative design of instruments for responsible industrial innovationViewmarschalek-i2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science communication the other way around – How to get scientists to understand you?Viewde-la-torre-avila-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Frequensea – Making the intangible tangibleViewmarino-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Presenting science to young adults with intellectual disabilitiesViewde-kauwe-v2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Why won’t they just vaccinate? An infectious disease risk communication workshop based on a story about a virus, a vaccine and fearViewmanyweathers-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The arousal of “Hot cognition” in science explanation and judgementViewku-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
How Japanese academic and research institutions communicate scientific information to the public: The rise of news releasesViewkoso-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The representation of synthetic biology in Dutch mediaViewde-bakker-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
“Monitoring disease risk is not a huge priority, but herd health, that’s sort of important” – Beyond a top down approach, using farming stories to develop a farmer-led disease surveillance systemViewmanyweathers-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Blog&Tweet turns – changing the culture of science communicationViewkoivumaki-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Tweet or perishViewkoivumaki-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Public participation and government ‘s scientific decision – taking the disputes caused by China’ s Px Project as an exampleViewma-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The scientific basis of homeopathy, where is the (mis)communication?Viewknapen-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Supporting science communicators – new approachesViewde-bakker-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Vitreous soundsViewlupetti-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science communication as culture: Entertainment, interaction, and emotionViewdavies-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Questioning assumptions: The evidence gap in science communicationViewkingsley-i2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
A new tool to evaluate impacts of science communication on scientific literacyViewkingsley-i2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Changing climate x changing communities = emergency communication challengesViewcormick-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Introducing LEARN CitSci – Exploring youth participation in citizen scienceViewlorke-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Attitudes towards science in New Zealand: Psychological factors and implications for science communicationViewkerr-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
From ‘old media’ to interactive radio?Viewlorke-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Communicating disasters: After action reviews as a genre of science communicationViewkennedy-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Research and the arts – Allegra Lab HelsinkiViewkarvonen-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Evaluation of attitudes toward CAM among budding science storytellers – Medicine, nursing, journalism and teaching undergraduate studentsViewlopera-pareja-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science with symphonyViewkarvonen-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Attitudes and perceptions of training teaching students about alternative and complementary medicines: A focus group studyViewcorell-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Public engagement-oriented science education practices and research – using TV programs broadcasted by NHK in JapanViewkano-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Support for citizen scientists through social mediaViewlongnecker-n2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Climate modelling, cognitive mapping and literary formViewcorballis-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Collaboration readiness of transdisciplinary collaborationsViewkalmar-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The creation of story authenticity – a case study of the Taiwanese fictional medical program “Wake Up”Viewlo-y2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Final year science communication projects for undergraduate science studentsViewconcannon-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Scientists’ ambivalence about public communicationViewjoubert-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Scientists’ beliefs about science and the public in different culturesViewlo-y2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Analysis on the purpose of information and scientific communication through internet among womenViewjothi-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Social participation in science: The perspective of third sector organizationsViewllorente-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Communicating science to the very young through playViewconcannon-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Exploring perceptions about the educational use of augmented realityViewjohn-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Empirical studies on the science culture index – Comparison study among EU-China-IndianViewliu-x2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Passive communicators: Investigating Chinese scientists’ interaction with mediaViewjia-h2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Key elements for communication and strengthening of the relationship: First steps to develop bicultural partnerships for amphibian conservation in New ZealandViewcisternas-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Constructing the framework of risk governance for free opening science and technology centers in ChinaViewliu-x2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
How to evaluate science communication impact using survey methodsViewjensen-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Evaluating the effectiveness of a science communication MOOCViewchinsamy-turan-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Preaching to scientifically converted audiences: Evaluating social inclusion at science festivals and eventsViewjensen-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Creating new heroes: Promoting CERN in the post-Higgs eraViewjarlett-h2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Investigation on research themes and the development trend of science communication through literature research on all published papers in PCST conference from 1989 to 2016Viewcheng-x2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Context and challenges in engaging scientists in science communication: Case study from ThailandViewchen-g2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Study of lifelong learning and civic science literacy of youth in ThailandViewchen-g2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Heroes in science: Personal narratives and self-identitiesViewcerini-b2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Emerging trends and issues in citizen scienceViewcerini-b2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science museum not yet, but 10 years communicating sciences in the same senseViewcastro-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
How can citizen science support communities to expand their narrative: Seashore stories from New ZealandViewcarson-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
When researchers, students and pupils communicate science with stop-motion animation moviesViewcarcaillet-f2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Coverage comparison of homeopathy and acupuncture stories in Spanish digital mediaViewcano-oron-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Recognising the importance of story scouting and crafting to maximise stakeholders engagement in the Great Barrier ReefViewortiz-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Frankenstein food? The legitimation processes of GM Food in the NetherlandsViewjansma-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The comics as a tool to inform scientific concepts about glass in an interesting and playful wayViewiwata-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Citizen science – A new knowledge politics?Viewirwin-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Whose story is it anyway? Participatory approaches to science engagementViewinglis-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Where no one has gone before: A journey into the nano worldViewinglis-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Stories can save lives: Breaking through stigma with video storiesViewinglis-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science crowdfunding in Japan – Its characteristics and future problemsViewikkatai-y2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
What about climate change? The absence of climate change from science communication in New Zealand national parksViewhytten-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
What science story do they tell? A comparative study of how science was presented in three different types of Taiwan’s TV programsViewhuang-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Does the big natural science metanarrative exist?Viewhrabankova-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Crowdsourcing the storytelling: Competitions in quantum film and fictionViewhogan-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
You need to shut up: Research silencing and its implications for public health policyViewhoepner-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Engaging the STEM-excluded: Critical perspectives on broadening participationViewhickman-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Understanding ‘trusted intermediaries’ in order to broaden participationViewhickman-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science Learning: Understanding the value of informal science experiencesViewhickman-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Building knowledge infrastructures for citizen science: The quest for reciprocityViewhetland-p2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Questions from Brazil – Children and adults interaction at a science exhibitionViewneves-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science communication and socio-environmental problems: The case of water and forestsViewherrera-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Adoption and implementation of scientific knowledge into peatland policy – does it work?Viewneumann-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science and socioenvironmental problems: Discourses in the urban context of Guadalajara, MexicoViewherrera-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The soul of Latin-American science communicationViewnepote-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The use of narratives (photo-comic) as a means to communicate information about use, treatment and conservation of water in Mexico.Viewnegrete-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
An approach to scientific literacy through chemical experiments using wine and metaphoric representationsViewnagao-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Indigenous languages in Patagonia – A travelling exhibitionViewmurriello-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Stories about earthquakes and eruptions in Andean PatagoniaViewmurriello-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Telling stories through the soundscapes of nanotechnology mediaViewmurphy-p2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Framing futures through fiction and folklore – Weaving past and prospective narratives of public understanding of climate scienceViewmunshi-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
A five year qualative and quantative assesment of science engagement by NRF|SAASTAViewmuller-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Who tells the science stories in Spain? – Survey among the members of associations of science communicatorsViewmoreno-castro-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
A study about knowledge and attitudes towards complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) among teacher training students – A pilot study based on open ended questionnairesViewmoreno-castro-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Counteracting cross-cultural calamities when creating a comic – lessons learned from a pilot studyViewbrouneus-f2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The role of society in science – Insights into responsibility, integrity and stakeholder valuesViewmordan-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Motives, opinions and communication – perspectives from the field study of Kakrapar Atomic Power Station (KAPS) in Gujarat, IndiaViewmohan-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Public confidence in research – communication dos and don’ts for researchersViewbrouneus-f2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Uncle Albert’s kosher dill pickle – telling the story of Albert Einstein through science experiments, music, humour and audience participationViewmir-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Outdoor science parks and experiences – increasing community participation and building new society partnershipsViewmir-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Mind the ‘Ivory Tower-Grassroots’ gap – Science communication in post conflict societiesViewbrouneus-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
High level science learning centers – innovative community project to develop young science experts and science communicatorsViewmir-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Who do we trust and think should have a say, when it comes to controversial scientific issues such as human gene editing?Viewbrossard-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Communicating science across cultures – Session 2 – Heritage and engagementViewmiller-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Communicating science across cultures – Session 1 of 2- Astronomy and voyagingViewmiller-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The importance to gain knowledge and skills through science communicationViewbravo-williams-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
International perspectives on science communication theory and practiceViewmetcalfe-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Coverage of science and technology in Brazilian public television TV CulturaViewbotin-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
When curious citizens lead science – the paradigm shift arising from participatory scienceViewmetcalf-v2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Stories of complementary therapies in the Spanish digital newspapersViewmendoza-poudereux-i2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
‘I, for one, welcome our robot overlords’ – Reader comments as a space for public deliberation of emerging technologiesViewboran-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Musical tales – One composer in residence and three movements of scienceViewmena-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Reframing climate change – A deliberative approach to public engagement with scienceViewblue-g2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Talking about reflexivityViewblue-g2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Talking about values in science communicationViewmedvecky-f2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Be there: The importance of presence in a digital era – Stand-up and public seminarsViewbjorkman-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Vive el arrecife. First interactive exhibition on Mexican coral reefs to improve their conservationViewmedina-rosas-p2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Building Public Understanding of Population Health Science – Insights from a unique new collaborationViewmckinnon-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Square Kilometre Array’s Meerkat struggles with anti-science advocacy groupsViewbinneman-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science communication for citizen scientists – Fostering community capacity for environmental leadershipViewmckinnon-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Square Kilometre Array South Africa understanding San cosmologyViewbinneman-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science communication and gender – Challenges, opportunities and stereotypesViewmckinnon-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Using ocean exploration to connect Pacific Island cultures with ocean scienceViewmckinnie-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The science communication lab – An expert-based study on design requirements for technology exhibitionsViewmauelshagen-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Making the invisible visible – Photo-interview techniques in science communicationViewmauelshagen-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The role of communicating science stories in emotionally-charged debatesViewberingen-h2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Successful science communication about problems that cross sectorsViewedwards-n2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
‘A form of sanity check’ – How people at CERN view science communicationViewdvorzhitskaia-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
How to train your audience – Research based advice on public speaking for scientistsViewbentsen-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Dilemmas in communicating climate scienceViewdurant-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
How journalists deal with scientific uncertainty and what that means for the audienceViewdunwoody-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
An auto-ethnographic audit of science communication interest among Nigerian communication academicsViewbatta-h2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Research on characteristic of science popularization new media production based on InternetViewliu-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Implementing responsible research and innovation at universities – A cultural perspectiveViewdoran-h2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The meaningful power of emojis to understand public perceptions of scienceViewmateos-espejel-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
When science meets politics – The case of young adults and the Predator Free 2050 goalViewdickie-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Assessment on performance of science popularization resources in ChinaViewliu-g2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Building bridges between universities and society – The Magazine Lynaldo experienceViewde-oliveira-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Breaking down silos: Sharing outcomes from different approaches to science communication trainingViewherbulock-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Think tanks for or against science: Examples of recent anti-science rhetoricsViewlipponen-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science! You’ll never guess what happened nextViewhendy-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Narratives of science and community in marine ecosystem restorationViewbarrett-p2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Mistakes, fun, creativity – reinventing the idea of a meetingViewlipponen-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Scientists’ views on their own engagement in science communication and outreach activitiesViewhendriks-f2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Is science communication training effective? Integrating research into practiceViewbarel-ben-david-y2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Engagement in advanced biotechnologyViewhellens-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
There and back again – A science communicator and researcher’s taleViewbarel-ben-david-y2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Small screen science: Mobile video as a platform for explaining gravitational wavesViewlipfert-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Citizen science communication – theory and new conceptsViewhecker-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Are science stories inherently boring? A comparison of public engagement with science and general items on two popular news sitesViewbarel-ben-david-y2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Trying to find more variety and increase popular appeal in processesViewlinna-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
ImproSciComm – the art of (science) communication is improvisationViewhecker-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Using animal storytelling to communicate undergraduate students’ understanding of the human-nature relationshipViewlin-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Are researchers using social media professionally? A comparative survey among fields, levels of career and universitiesViewbarata-g2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The study of communication strategies of climate change riskViewli-y2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The investigation and analysis of scientists’ engagement in popular science writing in ChinaViewli-h2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
What’s new about public engagement with science on new media?Viewbaram-tsabari-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Research on the influential factors for science popularization capability in the enterpriseViewhe-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Why is early adolescence so pivotal in the climate change communication and education arena?Viewharker-schuch-i2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
What do you want to explore? Introducing personal research into a citizen science projectViewbaram-tsabari-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
What’s the Buzz? A selection of outstanding science story telling in film, television and streaming videoViewleigh-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Church and the bedroom: The relationship between religious service attendance and information about the emergency contraceptive pillsViewharcourt-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The Floor is to the StakeholdersViewbalvert-f2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
How college students respond to cyber scientific research information in TaiwanViewlee-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
National surveys – If you’re going to bother, bother hardViewlamberts-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Digital absenting: The impact of digitization on narratives of science communicationViewhannah-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
To Trust or Not To Trust? Exploring the credibility and trustworthiness of science communicators in online video lecturesViewkonig-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The effects of photographing wildlife on engagement with biodiversity issuesViewhanisch-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Outside the boxViewhamel-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Analysis of science communication success factors of special exhibition in science museumViewkyeongju-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The search for effective methods of engaging Pacific Ocean nations for coral reef conservationViewhamada-ano-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
A qualitative study of reflective accounts of a science communication trainingViewkudo-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The Draw-a-scientist test in an African context: Comparing students’ (stereotypical) images of scientists across university facultiesViewguenther-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
How the lived experience is shaping dementia researchViewgrosvenor-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Adventures in aerial dance and physics: How we made Flying AtomsViewgriffkin-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Tracking trends in demand for Australia’s research workforceViewgrant-w2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The Wholesome Show presents: Everything science communication shouldn’t doViewgrant-w2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Mapping science communication research globally – Trends, gaps, challenges and opportunitiesViewmassarani-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
A critical review of pre-eminent vaccine compliance and risk communication theoristsViewgormley-b2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Reviewing a case for the deficit model of communication during crisis pandemic communicationsViewgormley-b2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
How do recipients interact with data journalism?Viewgoodwin-b2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Participatory science communication to rise scientific vocationsViewgonzalez-buron-h2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Stand-up comedy to rise scientific vocationsViewgonzalez-buron-h2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Stylistic elements of YouTube videos: What do users expect of science communicators?Viewgierth-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
When motivated reasoning is reasonable: Being vigilant about dubious science claims in online articlesViewgierth-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Co-creating an Amerindian Heritage Research Exhibition with Caribbean and European MuseumsViewsankatsing-nava-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Caribbean ties – Co-developing a new narrative on indigenous heritage in the Caribbean and beyondViewsankatsing-nava-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The ‘dinosaur’ magazine in the age of social mediaViewsalt-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Climate change engagement in the “Deep South challenge” – Integrating theory into practiceViewsalmon-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Reflexive practice – Radicalising how scientists approach communicationViewsalmon-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The role of science communication journals in America LatinaViewballi-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Nice to MOOC you – online learning for science communicationViewbailey-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Landing on reality though a future scenario – A case on responsible researchViewsaladie-n2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Training on RRI – Experiences on responsibilityViewsaladie-n2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
2500% and counting: Who gives a hoot about science?Viewbagg-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Practices of public communication of science in ColombiaViewayure-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Why the social nature of climate change doesn’t fit into climate change media profile? – The mediation of climate change induced migration in the UK as a case study.Viewsakellari-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science told by ‘science’ – The story of EurekAlert!Viewautzen-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Communicating conservation with detection dogsViewrykers-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
From the communication of science and technology to the social appropriation of knowledgeViewrueda-x2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Comparison of graduate students and tenure-track faculty in levels of and attitudes toward public science communication engagementViewrose-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Applying hands-on activities as introduction to science and technology related occupations in enjoy science careers exhibitionViewatchawisit-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Public opinion of evolution – Different approaches to measuring evolution beliefsViewrose-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Youtube – To be or not to be scienceViewroger-monzo-v2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Scientists in residence – What’s the point of stepping out of the laboratory?Viewarmstrong-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Examining the intersection of art-science and science communicationViewarmstrong-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
“It won’t hurt you. It’s natural” – The treatment of alternative therapies in Spanish women’s magazinesViewroger-monzo-v2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Creative reactions – pint of science: Using art to explore science in LondonViewarmstrong-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Co-creating science communication – How important is facilitation for “democratisation’?Viewrock-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Outline of integrating science in the night cultureViewarmas-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The challenges of establishing a national citizen science associationViewroche-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science games: The nexus of science education and science communication?Viewaranda-g2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Evaluating science communication across cultures – European Researchers’ NightViewroche-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Can hype be a force for good? – Debating the benefits and drawbacks of science hypeViewroberson-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Children drawing pictures against antimicrobial resistance in GhanaViewappiah-b2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Policy design and implementation; an inclusive model to promote public participationViewrios-p2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Creating the stories togetherViewriise-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Scientists and journalists networked to promote environmental healthViewappiah-b2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Psychosocial stress due to environmental and health concerns – What should be our risk communication research agenda?Viewrifkin-w2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Social license and two narratives of science communication in Australia’s gasfield communitiesViewrifkin-w2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The role of professional science communication associations in supporting science communicators and legitimising science communication practicesViewriedlinger-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science advocacy in Australia – A Twitter analysis of the March for ScienceViewriedlinger-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Evaluation of vaccine communications and interventions, 1998-2014 – Do any actions have a shown improvement in reducing vaccine hesitancy and increasing vaccination rates to herd immunity levels?Viewansell-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
What knowledge and skills define a professional science communicator?Viewreynoso-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Treating patients with an illness that may not exist- using Lyme or Lyme-like illness in Australia as a case study for developing patient centric communication strategies and policy guidelines for interacting with complex and controversial illnessesViewansell-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Relevance-distance as a model for evaluating the engagement potential for different fields of scientific researchViewrao-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
School-based disaster risk reduction program: A critical analysis on role-playing in evacuation trainingViewanggaryani-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The impact of science communication competitions on the capacities of the next generation of science communicatorsViewramadan-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Toxic zombie death machines: A love storyViewanderson-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Where science meets the headlines – A decade of the New Zealand Science Media CentreViewpriestley-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
STEMpowering: Youth Innovation to the local community and science communicationViewanagnostopolos-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Contextual model of learning in science museums – learning mathematics in Ponto UFMG Itinerant MuseumViewpoenaru-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Mind the Lab: A powerful tool in the field of science communicationViewanagnostopolos-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Synthetic phosphoethanolamine: The “cancer pill” and the role of users on YouTubeViewamorim-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Sophisticated strategies of science presentersViewphillips-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Failure to engage – analysis of climate risks to food and agriculture in the American pressViewpfeiffer-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Zika and microcephaly: From the scientific discovery by Fiocruz to the institution’s FacebookViewamorim-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Synesthesia live painting show – Developing public awareness of synesthesia phenomenonViewpermatasari-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Hearing colors, coloring sounds – Developing awareness of synesthesia phenomenonViewpermatasari-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Children’s University UFMG: A practice for knowledge decolonization?Viewamorim-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Scientist as communicators – A study on the role of researchers in the public space of communicationViewpellegrini-g2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science and art – Evaluating public perception of the mural “Volcanoes of Chile”Viewotero-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Building bridges to bring science closer to society ’20 years is nothing’Viewalvarez-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science against the wallViewotero-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
What are girls curious about when it comes to nature?Viewotero-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Changing the story: A case study of exaggeration in neuroscience reportingViewabrahams-n2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Evaluation of the effects of an exhibition about childbirth on the visitors’ perception, knowledge and behavior.Viewoliveira-b2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Jamaica – Assessing Science Communication at the Post-Graduate LevelViewoliphant-z2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science in Jamaica – Setting the baseline for improvement.Viewoliphant-z2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
A sizeable shift – Exploring new boundaries for science journalists and science communicatorsViewohara-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Not my understanding – Survey of Canadian scientists’ views on public engagementViewohara-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
An exploration of science communication in the world of decision-makersViewoconnor-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Valuing good engagement process and individual outcomes in decision-maker engagement with scienceViewoconnor-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
At source control of diseases – What is the role of communication?Viewjoseph-o2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The News Evaluator – fostering source criticism through citizen scienceViewnygren-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science writing as designing – An educational experimentViewnuijens-f2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
What Brazilian young students have to say about synthetic biology?Viewneves-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
PCST training across the world – Conclusions from a curriculum analysisViewgerber-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Platform politics vs. content – How we communicate science on YouTubeViewgeipel-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Online news from the past – ancient Greece on YouTube and the seemingly revival of a holistic academic educationViewgeipel-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Exploring the science-society interface in South AfricaViewgastrow-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Research meets practice – Outcomes of the Bellagio meetingViewgascoigne-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Two cultures – The musicalViewgascoigne-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
A scientific meal in 3 dishesViewgarty-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
S-Factor – creative ways to communicate scienceViewgarty-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Increase science reporting in the media in three easy stepsViewgarty-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The effectiveness of photographs to communicate science in a Chinese national parkViewzhu-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Government credibility in a post-expert – world A case study of GMO communications in ChinaViewzhang-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science Communication in Tertiary Student RecruitmentViewzhang-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Why do female Japanese students not study mathematical and physical sciences?Viewyokoyama-h2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The Influence of temperature on #ClimateChange and #GlobalWarming discourses on TwitterViewyeo-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Study on enhancing the public confidence in nuclear safety regulations in Korea – The case study of effective communications with the publicViewyeo-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
“China” imagination in science fiction – Take personal handphone system roaming future as an exampleViewyao-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
An analysis of Chinese netizens’ search behavior about demand of science popularizationViewwu-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Insights from a brand new cooperation model – Science edu-communication through frame analysis of the project – Difference Science News in TaiwanViewwu-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
When a risk message fails – telling the story of raw milk in AustraliaViewwilson-p2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The story of our science communication curricula – To be continuedViewwehrmann-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Metaphors for the “žcommons” in the mediaViewweder-f2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Public problematization of water supply and the risk of scarcityViewweder-f2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Reflexivity on contradictionsViewweder-f2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Defining public attitudes and understanding of human gene therapy in AustraliaViewwatson-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Empirical study on the golden ratio in Chinese landscape paintingsViewwang-g2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Biology in the media – An analysis of a communication magazine in BrazilViewwallner-werneck-mendes-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Age-specific opportunities and challenges found engaging the public in scienceViewwallace-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
If you want to go far, go together – partnerships to create African science centresViewwalker-g2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Getting all emotional about communicating scienceViewwalker-g2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Communicating with the public during natural disasters in EuropeViewwahl-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Tweeting uncertainty during Hurricane IrmaViewwahl-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The academic training of science journalist in ChileViewvernal-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Reconceptualizing science literacy – Is it feasible?Viewverbeke-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Communicating ‘astronomy for development’ – Approaches to communicate the relevance of science to societyViewvenugopal-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Communicating ‘science for development’ – Getting scientists, communicators and policy makers on boardViewvenugopal-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Does astronomy really inspire and change perspectives? – A randomized controlled study of an astronomy outreach programViewvenugopal-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science communication – The heartbeat of collaboration in science & technology developmentViewvan-der-sanden-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Who are the science communicators? – Profiling backgrounds, practices and aspirations of a professional communityViewvalenca-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Communicating science in stealthViewudalagama-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Taking the science stories to the people – Reaching diverse audiences through venue changesViewturner-skoff-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Translating life science research to stories – Using media channels for broader impact and increased audience reachViewturner-skoff-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Little lessons in science communication – A game of cardsViewtrench-b2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Big challenges for small countries in science communicationViewtrench-b2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Communicating contested scienceViewtorok-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Report on mega-drought in Chile (or how to win the hearts and minds of decision makers)Viewtondreau-n2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The email as a stress factor for academicsViewthiele-f2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Reasons for use and disuse of academic social networking sitesViewthiele-f2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Multimodal metaphors in science communicationViewswierkowski-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Visualising Pacific women in ocean science and managementViewstraza-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science communication – How to get from the lab bench to the stock exchangeViewstevenson-v2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Increasing awareness of women’s health services – The continued need for face-to-face communicationViewstanderfer-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Skills and knowledge development of programme presenters who participate in science outreachViewsripaoraya-n2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Effectiveness of NSM Science Caravan as a science outreach for rural communities in ThailandViewsripaoraya-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Analysis of the scientific dissemination project – Children’s University – based on the theoretical-methodological framework of the Theory-Actor Network.Viewsouza-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
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